Apollo 13 Views of the Moon in 4K

Apollo 13 did not land on the Moon as planned back in April 1970, instead it went around the Moon and returned to Earth. While behind the Moon Apollo 13 was out of touch with mission control.

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter had taken some 4K video of what the Apollo 13 astronauts would have seen….

Take from YouTube – Credit NASA



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My name is Simon I'm an engineer, creator, free thinker and occasionally writer. For far too long I had ideas and nowhere to put them for the world to see, that's why Planet Simon was created. I'm an experimenter, explorer and fascinated by the world around me and the people in it. My exploration goes further than the known universe and expands out to universe's I've created in my mind and put onto the creative canvas. I'm not the person I used to be and over time I have evolved and the blog is evolving with me. Whatever this blog is in the future it's a place where all are welcome and ideas can roam free to find their magical place in the universe. I'm an experimenter, explorer and fascinated by the world around me and the people in it. My exploration goes further than the known universe and expands out to universe's I've created in my mind and put onto the creative canvas.

19 thoughts on “Apollo 13 Views of the Moon in 4K

      1. Yes, there’s always one around … :)) but this particular asteroid β˜„οΈ will be moving very close to the Earth, on 29th of April 🀯. First corona, now – that rock…
        Who knows, we may end up as β€œdinosaurs” :))

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      2. I take your point. The planet would be happier…
        We can’t control this either. So let’s just keep going and be kind where we can.
        As someone once said to me. It’s only gravy.

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