Apollo 13 Timeline

 

 

Event

GET

(hhh:mm:ss)

GMT

Time

GMT

Date

Terminal countdown started at T-28 hours.

-028:00:00

05:00:00

10 Apr 1970

Scheduled 9-hour 13-minute hold at T-9 hours.

-009:00:00

00:00:00

11 Apr 1970

Countdown resumed at T-9 hours.

-009:00:00

09:13:00

11 Apr 1970

Scheduled 1-hour hold at T-3 hours 30 minutes.

-003:30:00

14:43:00

11 Apr 1970

Countdown resumed at T-3 hours 30 minutes.

-003:30:00

15:43:00

11 Apr 1970

Guidance reference release.

-000:00:16.961

19:12:43

11 Apr 1970

S-IC engine start command.

-000:00:08.9

19:12:51

11 Apr 1970

S-IC engine ignition (#5).

-000:00:06.7

19:12:53

11 Apr 1970

All S-IC engines thrust OK.

-000:00:01.4

19:12:58

11 Apr 1970

Range zero.

000:00:00.00

19:13:00

11 Apr 1970

All holddown arms released (1st motion) (1.06 g).

000:00:00.3

19:13:00

11 Apr 1970

Liftoff (umbilical disconnected).

000:00:00.61

19:13:00

11 Apr 1970

Tower clearance yaw maneuver started.

000:00:02.3

19:13:02

11 Apr 1970

Yaw maneuver ended.

000:00:10.0

19:13:10

11 Apr 1970

Pitch and roll maneuver started.

000:00:12.6

19:13:12

11 Apr 1970

Roll maneuver ended.

000:00:32.1

19:13:32

11 Apr 1970

Mach 1 achieved.

000:01:08.4

19:14:08

11 Apr 1970

Maximum bending moment achieved (69,000,000 lbf-in).

000:01:16

19:14:16

11 Apr 1970

Maximum dynamic pressure (651.63 lb/ft2).

000:01:21.3

19:14:21

11 Apr 1970

S-IC center engine cutoff command.

000:02:15.18

19:15:15

11 Apr 1970

Pitch maneuver ended.

000:02:43.3

19:15:43

11 Apr 1970

S-IC outboard engine cutoff.

000:02:43.60

19:15:43

11 Apr 1970

S-IC maximum total inertial acceleration (3.83 g).

000:02:43.70

19:15:43

11 Apr 1970

S-IC maximum Earth-fixed velocity.

000:02:44.10

19:15:44

11 Apr 1970

S-IC/S-II separation command.

000:02:44.3

19:15:44

11 Apr 1970

S-II engine start command.

000:02:45.0

19:15:45

11 Apr 1970

S-II ignition.

000:02:46.0

19:15:46

11 Apr 1970

S-II aft interstage jettisoned.

000:03:14.3

19:16:14

11 Apr 1970

Launch escape tower jettisoned.

000:03:21.0

19:16:21

11 Apr 1970

Iterative guidance mode initiated.

000:03:24.5

19:16:24

11 Apr 1970

S-IC apex.

000:04:31.7

19:17:31

11 Apr 1970

S-II center (or "inboard") engine cutoff (S-II engine #5 cutoff 132.36 seconds early).

000:05:30.64

19:18:30

 11 Apr 1970

CMP (Swigert): "Inboard."

000:05:32

19:20

11 Apr 1970

CAPCOM (Joe Kerwin): "We confirm inboard out."

000:05:36

19:24

11 Apr 1970

CDR (Lovell): "That shouldn't have happened."

000:05:38

19:26

11 Apr 1970

CMP: "No, that's 7:42. That's two minutes early." Swigert meant that engine cutoff should have occurred

   at 7 minutes 42 seconds into the flight, not 5 minutes 30 seconds.

 

000:05:40

 

19:28

 

11 Apr 1970

S-II command to complete CECO.

000:07:42.6

19:20:42

11 Apr 1970

S-II maximum total inertial acceleration (1.66 g).

000:08:57.00

19:21:57

11 Apr 1970

S-IC impact (theoretical).

000:09:06.9

19:22:06

11 Apr 1970

S-II outboard engine cutoff (34.53 seconds later than planned).

000:09:52.64

19:22:52

11 Apr 1970

S-II maximum Earth-fixed velocity; S-II/S-IVB separation command.

000:09:53.50

19:22:53

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 1st burn start command.

000:09:53.60

19:22:53

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 1st burn ignition.

000:09:56.90

19:22:56

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB ullage case jettisoned.

000:10:05.4

19:23:05

11 Apr 1970

S-II apex.

000:10:32.2

19:23:32

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 1st burn cutoff (9 seconds later than planned).

000:12:29.83

19:25:29

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 1st burn maximum total inertial acceleration (0.58 g).

000:12:30.00

19:25:30

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 1st burn maximum Earth-fixed velocity.

000:12:30.50

19:25:30

11 Apr 1970

Earth orbit insertion.

000:12:39.83

19:25:39

11 Apr 1970

Maneuver to local horizontal attitude started.

000:12:50.1

19:25:50

11 Apr 1970

Orbital navigation started.

000:14:10.4

19:27:10

11 Apr 1970

S-II impact (theoretical).

000:20:58.1

19:33:58

11 Apr 1970

TV transmission started.

001:37

20:50

11 Apr 1970

TV transmission ended.

001:43

20:56

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn restart preparation.

002:26:08.10

21:39:08

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn restart command.

002:35:38.10

21:48:38

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn ignition.

002:35:46.30

21:48:46

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn cutoff.

002:41:37.15

21:54:37

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn maximum total inertial acceleration (1.44 g).

002:41:37.23

21:54:37

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB 2nd burn maximum Earth-fixed velocity.

002:41:37.80

21:54:37

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB safing procedures started.

002:41:37.9

21:54:37

11 Apr 1970

Translunar injection.

002:41:47.15

21:54:47

11 Apr 1970

Maneuver to local horizontal attitude and orbital navigation started.

002:44:08

21:57:08

11 Apr 1970

Maneuver to transposition and docking attitude started.

002:56:38.3

22:09:38

11 Apr 1970

CSM separated from S-IVB.

003:06:38.9

22:19:38

11 Apr 1970

TV transmission started.

003:09

22:22

11 Apr 1970

CSM docked with LM/S-IVB.

003:19:08.8

22:32:08

11 Apr 1970

CSM/LM ejected from S-IVB.

004:01:00.8

23:14:00

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB maneuver to evasive APS burn attitude.

004:09:00

23:22:00

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB APS evasive maneuver ignition.

004:18:00.6

23:31:00

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB APS evasive maneuver cutoff.

004:19:20.8

23:32:20

11 Apr 1970

TV transmission ended.

004:20

23:33

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB maneuver to LOX dump attitude initiated.

004:27:40.0

23:40:40

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - CVS vent opened.

004:34:39.4

23:47:39

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - LOX dump started.

004:39:19.4

23:52:19

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - CVS vent opened.

004:39:39.4

23:52:39

11 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - LOX dump ended.

004:40:07.4

23:53:07

11 Apr 1970

Maneuver to attitude for final S-IVB APS burn initiated.

005:48:07.8

01:01:07

12 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - APS ignition.

005:59:59.5

01:12:59

12 Apr 1970

S-IVB lunar impact maneuver - APS cutoff.

006:03:36.7

01:16:36

12 Apr 1970

Earth weather photography started.

007:17:14

02:30:14

12 Apr 1970

Unsuccessful passive thermal control attempt.

007:43:02

02:56:02

12 Apr 1970

Earth weather photography ended.

011:17:19

06:30:19

12 Apr 1970

2nd S-IVB transposition maneuver (unplanned) initiated by launch vehicle digital computer.

013:42:33

08:55:33

12 Apr 1970

Unplanned S-IVB velocity increase of 5 feet per second which altered lunar impact trajectory closer to

   target point.

 

019:29:10

 

14:42:10

 

12 Apr 1970

TV transmission started.

030:13

01:26

13 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction ignition (SPS) - transfer to hybrid non-free return trajectory.

030:40:49.65

01:53:49

13 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction cutoff.

030:40:53.14

01:53:53

13 Apr 1970

TV transmission ended.

031:02

02:15

13 Apr 1970

Photography of Comet Bennett.

031:50

03:03

13 Apr 1970

Unsuccessful passive thermal control attempt.

032:21:49

03:34:49

13 Apr 1970

Crew turned on fans in oxygen tank #2 (routine procedure).

046:40:02

17:15

13 Apr 1970

Cryogenic oxygen tank #2 quantity gauge indicated "off-scale high," of over 100% (probably due to short

   circuit). First indication of a problem.

 

046:40:05

 

17:18:05

 

13 Apr 1970

Cryogenic oxygen tank #2 quantity probe short circuited.

046:40:08

17:21:08

13 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 fans turned on again with no apparent adverse affects. Quantity gauge continued to read

   "off-scale high."

 

047:54:50

 

19:03:50

 

13 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 fans turned on again with no apparent adverse affects. Quantity gauge continued to read

   "off-scale high."

 

051:07:44

 

22:57:44

 

13 Apr 1970

CDR and LMP cleared to enter the LM to commence inflight inspection.

053:27

00:40

14 Apr 1970

LMP entered LM.

054:20

01:33

14 Apr 1970

CDR entered LM.

054:25

01:38

14 Apr 1970

LM system checks.

054:40

01:53

14 Apr 1970

TV transmission started.

055:14

02:27

14 Apr 1970

CDR and LMP entered LM.

055:30

02:43

14 Apr 1970

TV transmission ended.

055:46:30

02:59:30

14 Apr 1970

Tunnel hatch closed.

055:50

03:03

14 Apr 1970

Master caution and warning triggered by low hydrogen pressure in tank #1. Alarm turned off after

   4 seconds.

 

055:52:31

 

03:05:31

 

14 Apr 1970

CAPCOM (Jack Lousma): "13, we've got one more item for you, when you get a chance. We'd like you to

   stir up your cryo tanks. In addition, I have shaft and trunnion..."

 

055:52:58

 

03:05:58

 

14 Apr 1970

CMP (Swigert): "Okay."

055:53:06

03:06:06

14 Apr 1970

CAPCOM: "...for looking at the Comet Bennett, if you need it."

055:53:07

03:06:07

14 Apr 1970

CMP: "Okay. Stand by."

055:53:12

03:06:12

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #1 fans on.

055:53:18

03:06:18

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #1 pressure decreased 8 psi due to normal destratification. Spacecraft current increased by

   1 ampere.

 

055:53:19

 

03:06:19

 

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 fans on. Stabilization control system electrical disturbance indicated a power transient.

055:53:20

03:06:20

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 pressured decreased 4 psi.

055:53:21

03:06:21

14 Apr 1970

Electrical short in tank #2 (stabilization control system electrical disturbance indicated a power transient.)

055:53:22.718

03:06:22

14 Apr 1970

1.2-volt decrease in AC bus #2 voltage.

055:53:22.757

03:06:22

14 Apr 1970

11.1 ampere “spike” recorded in fuel cell #3 current followed by drop in current and rise in voltage typical

   of removal of power from one fan motor, indicating opening of motor circuit.

 

055:53:22.772

 

03:06:22

 

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 pressure started to rise for 24 seconds.

055:53:36

03:06:36

14 Apr 1970

11-volt decrease in AC bus #2 voltage for one sample.

055:53:38.057

03:06:38

14 Apr 1970

Stabilization control system electrical disturbance indicated a power transient.

055:53:38.085

03:06:38

14 Apr 1970

22.9-ampere “spike” recorded in fuel cell #3 current, followed by drop in current and rising voltage typical

   of one fan motor, indicating opening of another motor circuit.

 

055:53:41.172

 

03:06:41

 

14 Apr 1970

Stabilization control system electrical disturbance indicated a power transient.

055:53:41.192

03:06:41

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 pressure rise ended at a pressure of 953.8 psia.

055:54:00

03:07:00

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 pressure started to rise again.

055:54:15

03:07:15

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 quantity dropped from full scale (to which it had failed at 046:40) for two seconds and

   then read 75.3% full. This indicated the gauge short circuit may have corrected itself.

 

055:54:30

 

03:07:30

 

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 temperature started to rise rapidly.

055:54:31

03:07:31

14 Apr 1970

Flow rate of oxygen to all three fuel cells started to decrease.

055:54:43

03:07:43

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 pressure reached maximum value of 1,008.3 psia.

055:54:45

03:07:45

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 temperature rises 40 °F for one sample (invalid reading)

055:54:48

03:07:48

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 quantity jumped to off-scale high and then started to drop until the time of telemetry loss,

   indicating a failed sensor.

 

055:54:51

 

03:07:51

 

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 temperature read -151.3 °F. Last valid indication.

055:54:52

03:07:52

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 temperature suddenly went off-scale low, indicating a failed sensor.

055:54:52.703

03:07:52

14 Apr 1970

Last telemetered pressure from oxygen tank #2 before telemetry loss was 995.7 psia.

055:54:52.763

03:07:52

14 Apr 1970

Sudden accelerometer activity on X, Y, and Z axes.

055:54:53.182

03:07:53

14 Apr 1970

Body-mounted roll, pitch, and yaw rate gyros showed low-level activity for 1/4 second.

055:54:53.220

03:07:53

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #1 pressure dropped 4.2 psi.

055:54:53.323

03:07:53

14 Apr 1970

2.8-amp rise in total fuel cell current.

055:54:53.5

03:07:53

14 Apr 1970

X, Y, and Z accelerations in CM indicate 1.17 g, 0.65 g, and 0.65 g.

055:54:53.542

03:07:53

14 Apr 1970

Telemetry loss for 1.8 seconds. Master caution and warning triggered by DC main bus B undervoltage.

   Alarm turned off in 6 seconds. Indications were that the cryogenic oxygen tank #2 lost pressure during

   this time period and the panel separated. It was at this time that the crew heard a loud bang.

 

 

055:54:53.555

 

 

03:07:53

 

 

14 Apr 1970

Nitrogen pressure in fuel cell #1 went off-scale low indicating a failed sensor.

055:54:54.741

03:07:54

14 Apr 1970

Telemetry recovered.

055:54:55.35

03:07:55

14 Apr 1970

Service propulsion system engine valve body temperature started a rise of 1.65 °F in 7 seconds. DC main

   bus A decreased 0.9 volt to 28.5 volts and DC main bus B decreased 0.9 volt to 29.0 volts. Total fuel cell

   current was 15 amps higher than the final value before telemetry loss. High current continued for 19

   seconds. Oxygen tank #2 temperature read off-scale high after telemetry recovery, probably indicating

   failed sensors. Oxygen tank #2 pressure read off-scale low following telemetry recovery, indicating a

   broken supply line, a tank pressure below 19 psia, or a failed sensor. Oxygen tank #1 pressure read 781.9

   psia and started to drop steadily. Pressure dropped over a period of 130 minutes to the point at which it

   was insufficient to sustain operation of fuel cell #2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

055:54:56

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

03:07:56

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 quantity read off-scale high following telemetry recovery indicating a failed sensor.

055:54:57

03:07:57

14 Apr 1970

The reaction control system helium tank C temperature began a 1.66 °F increase in 36 seconds.

055:54:59

03:07:59

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen flow rates to fuel cells #1 and #3 approached zero after decreasing for 7 seconds.

055:55:01

03:08:01

14 Apr 1970

Surface temperature of SM oxidizer tank in bay #3 started a 3.8 °F increase in a 15-second period. Service

   propulsion system helium tank temperature started a 3.8 °F increase in a 32-second period.

 

055:55:02

 

03:08:02

 

14 Apr 1970

DC main bus A voltage recovered to 29.0 volts. DC main bus B recovered to 28.8.

055:55:09

03:08:09

14 Apr 1970

CMP: "Okay, Houston, we've had a problem here."

055:55:20

03:08:20

14 Apr 1970

CAPCOM: "This is Houston. Say again, please."

055:55:28

03:08:28

14 Apr 1970

CDR: "Houston, we've had a problem. We've had a main B bus undervolt."

055:55:35

03:08:35

14 Apr 1970

CAPCOM: "Roger. Main B bus undervolt."

055:55:42

03:08:42

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 temperature started steady drop lasting 59 seconds, indicating a failed sensor.

055:55:49

03:08:49

14 Apr 1970

LMP (Haise): "Okay. Right now, Houston, the voltage is - is looking good. And we had a pretty large bang

   associated with the caution and warning there. And as I recall, main B was the one that had an amp spike

   on it once before."

 

 

055:56:10

 

 

03:09:10

 

 

14 Apr 1970

CAPCOM: "Roger, Fred."

055:56:30

03:09:30

14 Apr 1970

Oxygen tank #2 quantity became erratic for 69 seconds before assuming an off-scale-low state, indicating a

   failed sensor.

 

055:56:38

 

03:09:38

 

14 Apr 1970

LMP: "In the interim here, we're starting to go ahead and button up the tunnel again."

055:56:54

03:09:54

14 Apr 1970

LMP: "That jolt must have rocked the sensor on - see now – O2 oxygen quantity 2. It was oscillating down

   around 20 to 60 percent. Now it's full-scale high."

 

055:57:04

 

03:10:04

 

14 Apr 1970

Master caution and warning triggered by DC main bus B undervoltage. Alarm was turned off in six seconds.

055:57:39

03:10:39

14 Apr 1970

DC main bus B dropped below 26.25 volts and continued to fall rapidly.

055:57:40

03:10:40

14 Apr 1970

CDR: "Okay. And we're looking at our service module RCS helium 1. We have – B is barber poled and D is

   barber poled, helium 2, D is barber pole, and secondary propellants, I have A and C barber pole." AC bus

   fails within two seconds.

 

 

055:57:44

 

 

03:10:44

 

 

14 Apr 1970

Fuel cell #3 failed.

055:57:45

03:10:45

14 Apr 1970

Fuel cell current started to decrease.

055:57:59

03:10:59

14 Apr 1970

Master caution and warning caused by AC bus #2 being reset.

055:58:02

03:11:02

14 Apr 1970

Master caution and warning triggered by DC main bus A undervoltage.

055:58:06

03:11:06

14 Apr 1970

DC main bus A dropped below 26.25 volts and in the next few seconds leveled off at 25.5 volts.

055:58:07

03:11:07

14 Apr 1970

LMP: "AC #2 is showing zip."

055:58:07

03:11:07

14 Apr 1970

LMP: "Yes, we got a main bus A undervolt now, too, showing. It's reading about 25 and a half. Main B is

   reading zip right now."

 

055:58:25

 

03:11:25

 

14 Apr 1970

Master caution and warning triggered by high hydrogen flow rate to fuel cell #2.

056:00:06

03:13:06

14 Apr 1970

CDR: "...It looks to me, looking out the hatch, that we are venting something. We are venting something

   out into the - into space."

 

056:09:07

 

03:22:07

 

14 Apr 1970

LMP reported fuel cell #1 off line.

056:09:58

03:22:58

14 Apr 1970

Emergency power-down.

056:33:49

03:46:49

14 Apr 1970

LMP reported fuel cell #3 off line.

056:34:46

03:47:46

14 Apr 1970

CDR and LMP entered LM.

057:43

04:56

14 Apr 1970

Shutdown of fuel cell #2.

058:00

05:13

14 Apr 1970

CM computer and platform powered down.

058:10

05:23

14 Apr 1970

CSM systems powered down. LM systems powered up.

058:40

05:53:00

14 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction ignition to free-return trajectory (LM DPS).

061:29:43.49

08:42:43

14 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction cutoff.

061:30:17.72

08:43:17

14 Apr 1970

LM systems powered down.

062:50

10:03

14 Apr 1970

Lunar occultation entered.

077:08:35

00:21:35

15 Apr 1970

Lunar occultation exited.

077:33:10

00:46:10

15 Apr 1970

S-IVB impact on lunar surface.

077:56:40.0

01:09:40

15 Apr 1970

LM systems powered up.

078:00

01:13

15 Apr 1970

Abort guidance system to primary guidance system aligned.

078:10

01:23

15 Apr 1970

Transearth injection ignition (LM DPS).

079:27:38.95

02:40:39

15 Apr 1970

Transearth injection cutoff.

079:32:02.77

02:45:02

15 Apr 1970

LM systems powered down.

082:10

05:23

15 Apr 1970

Apparent short-circuit in LM electrical system, accompanied by a “thump" in vicinity of descent stage and

   observation of venting for several minutes in area of LM descent batteries #1 and #2.

 

097:13:53

 

20:26:53

 

15 Apr 1970

LM configured for midcourse correction.

100:00

23:13

15 Apr 1970

CSM power configuration for telemetry established.

101:20

00:33

16 Apr 1970

CM powered up.

101:53

01:06

16 Apr 1970

LM systems powered up.

104:50

04:03

16 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction ignition (LM DPS).

105:18:28.0

04:31:28

16 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction cutoff.

105:18:42.0

04:31:42

16 Apr 1970

Passive thermal control started.

105:20

04:33

16 Apr 1970

LM systems powered down.

105:50

05:03

16 Apr 1970

LM power transferred to CSM.

112:05

11:18

16 Apr 1970

Battery A charge initiated.

112:20

11:33

16 Apr 1970

Battery A charge terminated. Battery B charge initiated.

126:10

01:23

17 Apr 1970

Battery B charge terminated.

128:10

03:23

17 Apr 1970

LM systems powered up.

133:35

08:48

17 Apr 1970

Platform aligned.

134:40

09:53

17 Apr 1970

Preparation for midcourse correction.

136:30

11:43

17 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction ignition (LM RCS).

137:39:51.5

12:52:51

17 Apr 1970

Midcourse correction cutoff.

137:40:13.0

12:53:13

17 Apr 1970

SM separation.

138:01:48.0

13:14:48

17 Apr 1970

SM photographed.

138:15

13:28

17 Apr 1970

CM powered up.

140:10

15:23

17 Apr 1970

Platform aligned.

140:40

15:53

17 Apr 1970

LM maneuvered to undocking attitude.

140:50

16:03

17 Apr 1970

LM jettisoned.

141:30:00.2

16:43:00

17 Apr 1970

Entry.

142:40:45.7

17:53:45

17 Apr 1970

S-band contact with CM established by recovery aircraft.

142:48

18:01

17 Apr 1970

Visual contact with CM established by recovery helicopters.

142:49

18:02

17 Apr 1970

Visual contact with CM established by recovery ship. Voice contact with CM established by recovery

   helicopters.

 

142:50

 

18:03

 

17 Apr 1970

Splashdown (went to apex-up).

142:54:41

18:07:41

17 Apr 1970

Swimmers deployed to retrieve main parachutes.

142:56

18:09

17 Apr 1970

1st swimmer deployed to CM.

143:03

18:16

17 Apr 1970

Flotation collar inflated.

143:11

18:24

17 Apr 1970

Life preserver unit delivered to lead swimmer.

143:18

18:31

17 Apr 1970

CM hatch opened for crew egress.

143:19

18:32

17 Apr 1970

Crew egress.

143:22

18:35

17 Apr 1970

Crew aboard recovery helicopter.

143:29

18:42

17 Apr 1970

Crew aboard recovery ship.

143:40

18:53

17 Apr 1970

CM aboard recovery ship.

144:23

19:36

17 Apr 1970

Crew departed recovery ship for Samoa and then Hawaii.

167:07

18:20

18 Apr 1970

Crew arrived in Hawaii.

199:22

02:35

19 Apr 1970

Crew arrived at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX.

224:17

03:30

20 Apr 1970

Recovery ship arrived in Hawaii.

312:17

19:30

24 Apr 1970

Safing of CM pyrotechnics completed.

343:22

02:35

26 Apr 1970

Deactivation of fuel and oxidizer completed.

360:15

19:28

26 Apr 1970

CM arrived at contractor's facility in Downey, CA.

378:47

14:00

27 Apr 1970

 

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