Jim Lovell, Apollo 13

Before a live audience at the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose California, Moira interviews JIM LOVELL, Commander of Lunar Mission APOLLO 13. They recall the explosion that happened on that frightening journey, the technical reasons behind it and the lessons learned. They also talk about aspects of his earlier space flights, including the dramatic reading of Genesis while rounding the moon on Apollo 10, and his career in naval aviation.

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