Apollo 13 launched on April 11, 1970, on a journey to become the third crew to land on the Moon. The crew never made it. The mission became known as “a successful failure” that saw the safe return of its crew in spite of a catastrophic explosion.

This artist’s concept—by Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical, San Diego, California—shows two Apollo 13 astronauts exploring the surface of the Moon. In the center background is the Apollo 13 Lunar Module in the rugged highlands just north of Fra Mauro.

Fifty years later, NASA is sharing a variety of resources, recognizing the triumph of the mission control team and the astronauts and looking at how those lessons can be applied to the Artemis program.

Image Credit: NASA

1970年4月11日,阿波罗13号发射升空,成为第三批登上月球宇航员。船员们没能成功。这次任务被称为“一次成功的失败”,尽管发生了灾难性的爆炸,机组人员仍然安全返回。

这幅艺术家的概念图——由来自加利福尼亚圣地亚哥的T特莱丁瑞安航空公司绘制——展示了两名阿波罗13号宇航员探索月球表面的情景。在中间的背景是阿波罗13号登月舱在崎岖的高地就在弗拉毛罗北部。

五十年后,NASA共享各种资源,认识到任务控制团队和宇航员的成功,并研究如何将这些经验应用到阿尔忒弥斯项目中。

影像来源:NASA

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Alex Ma

向航天员的沉着冷静表达敬意