"Houston, We've Had a Problem..."
This framed print is an incredible commemorative to the most thrilling space adventure of the twentieth century. It is the only image available taken in space of this spacecraft.
The Apollo 13, the United States’ third mission to land on the moon, was launched at 2:13 p.m. EST, April 11, 1970 from Kennedy Space Center. The space vehicle crew consisted of James A. Lovell, Jr. commander, John L. Swigert, Jr., command module pilot and Fred W. Haise, Jr. lunar module pilot.
On April 13, Commander Lovell's infamous words, “Houston, we’ve had a problem..” marked the beginning of a crisis that captured the attention and interest of the entire world. For four days, Americans and people from around the world collectively held their breath and prayed for the safe return of all three astronauts.
Certificate of Authenticity included.
Photo size: 5" x 10"
Framed piece: 12" x 15"