OK all you science deniers!
Join the San Diego Air and Space Museum, Friday April 17, from 2-4pmPST, for a live-stream event, with some of the key players and astronauts from Apollo 13!
They will be discussing their incredible stories from one of NASA's extraordinary missions!https://t.co/wbQKk0Huxw
— National Space Club (@SpaceClubNews) April 16, 2020
Join us this Friday April 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. Pacific Time for a rare opportunity to hear from the key players from the famous Apollo 13 Mission during a Facebook Live event right here at San Diego Air & Space Museum. You’ll hear first-hand stories from the men who were there during one of NASA’s finest hours, including Astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, Mission Lead Flight Director Milt Windler and Flight Directors Gene Kranz, Gerry Griffin and Glynn Lunney. What was to become America’s third Moon landing quickly changed into a rescue mission to save the lives of Haise and his fellow Apollo 13 Astronauts Jim Lovell and Jack Swigert. You won’t want to miss this once in a lifetime special event!
I met Fred Haise once. I tried really hard to think of a question he hadn’t been asked and when I asked it, he looked at me as if I was the stupid human he’d ever encountered on this planet. Either I had a terrific question or I actually am the most stupid human on the planet. I’ve wondered about that to this day.