Trailer: Apollo 13 (1995)
The clip Gene Kranz from Apollo 13 (1995) with Ed Harris
So you're telling me you can only give our guys 45 hours?
That brings them to about there.
Gentlemen, that's not acceptable.
Gene, Gene, we've got to talk about power.
Whoa, whoa, guys! Power is everything!
Power is everything.
What do you mean?
Without it, they don't talk to us, they don't correct their trajectory,
they don't turn the heat shield around.
We gotta turn everything off, now. They're not gonna make it to reentry.
What do you mean, "everything"?
With everything on, the LEM draws 60 amps.
At that rate, in 16 hours the batteries are dead, not 45.
And so is the crew. We gotta get them down to 12 amps.
You can't run a vacuum cleaner on 12 amps, John.
We gotta turn off... We have to turn off the radars, cabin heater,
instrument displays, the guidance computer, the whole smash.
Whoa! Guidance computer. What if they need to do another burn?
They won't even know which way they're pointed.
The more time we talk, the more juice they waste.
That's the deal?
That's the deal.
Okay, John. The minute we finish the burn, we'll power down the LEM.
Now in the meantime, we're gonna have a frozen command module up there.
We're gonna have to power it up using nothing but the reentry batteries.
That's never been tried.
We've never even simulated it before.
Well, we're gonna have to figure it out.
I want people in our simulators working reentry scenarios.
I want you to find every engineer who designed every switch, every circuit,
and every light bulb that's up there.
Then talk to the guy in the assembly line who actually built the thing.
Find out how to squeeze every amp out of both of these goddamn machines.
I want this mark all the way back to Earth with time to spare.
We never lost an American in space.
We're sure as hell not gonna lose one on my watch.
Failure is not an option.
The clip The surface of the moon from Apollo 13 (1995) with Bill Paxton, Tom Hanks
Neil and Buzz's old neighborhood.
Comin' up on Mount Marilyn.
Jim, you gotta take a look at this.
I've seen it.
Aquarius, this is Houston.
We expect loss of signal in approximately ten seconds.
So long, Earth. Catch you on the flip side.
When you go into the shadow of the moon...
and the moon is between you and the sun,
you see stars that are more brilliant than anything you've ever seen...
on the clearest nights here on Earth.
And then you pass into the lunar sunrise over the lunar surface.
It must be an awe-inspiring sight.
I-I can't wait to see it myself.
The problem now is not so much a question of an adequate oxygen supply,
but it is the rate of consumption of water,
which is vitally needed for the cooling operations...
to maintain the electronic systems and so forth.
Look, it's Fra Mauro.
I can see our landing site.
The clip The surface of the moon Part 2 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Kevin Bacon, Bill Paxton
Look at the Tsiolkovskii crater.
I can't believe how bright the ejecta blanket is.
It's like snow. It's beautiful.
That's Mare Imbrium to the north.
Thirteen, this is Houston.
We're reading your telemetry. It's good to see you again.
Good to see you too, Houston.
The clip Conquering the moon from Apollo 13 (1995) with Kevin Bacon, Tom Hanks
We have the crew crossing gantry for capsule ingress.
Inspired by the late President Kennedy,
in only seven years, America has risen to the challenge of what he called...
"the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure...
on which man has ever embarked. "
After trailing the Russians for years with our manned space program,
We got a short!
And after that sudden, horrible fire...
on the launchpad during a routine test...
that killed astronauts Gus Grissom...
Fire in the cockpit!
Ed White and Roger Chaffee...
Get us outta here!
There were serious doubts that we could beat the Russians to the moon.
But tonight, a mere 18 months after the tragedy of Apollo 1...
the entire world watched in awe as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin...
landed on the moon.
The big news came just a moment ago.
Mission Control gave the spacecraft permission...
to go for the extravehicular activity...
that is, for the walk on the moon...
far earlier than anticipated, 9:00 p. m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Important thing when you're penetrating the lunar module is your attitude...
and your relative speed.
Let's say this is me in the command module and this is you...
In the LEM.
This thing sticks out. That's called a probe.
Is that true?
Tracey, when you feel that thing slide in, everything's clickin'...
it's like no other feeling in the world.
A little liquid propulsion.
What's the big occasion?
How's it goin' at Mission Control?
It's a nervous time. They're pacin' around, smokin' like chimneys.
Gene Kranz is gonna have puppies. Jim Lovell.
This is Tracey.
How do ya do, Tracey?
This is the man.
Gemini 7. Gemini 12. Apollo 8. They were the first around the moon.
This guy did ten laps.
With one hand on the wheel. Make yourselves at home.
Where have you been?
This is the last champagne in Houston.
Very good. Very good.
Everything else all right?
Everything's on course.
Looks okay. Hey! Cadet Lovell.
The clip Conquering the moon Part 2 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton
Put this on ice. Make sure it's cold.
You gonna get a haircut this week?
I'm on vacation.
Oh, get a haircut.
Well, hello there.
I wouldn't mind bein' up there tonight.
God, who wouldn't.
Don't worry. Our day's comin'.
They're not gonna cut the program before number 14.
You know, my cousin called.
Asked who we bribed to get on Jim Lovell's crew.
I told him they wanted to make sure he got the best.
Well, they got that right.
What network do we want?
Come on! Walt! Hey! Put on Walter!
John, turn it up!
...has completed putting on the spacesuits and the boots.
I, uh... I really appreciate you all coming to this dress rehearsal party...
for my Apollo 12 landing.
Sit down, Conrad.
I think we should all take a moment to recognize...
the exemplary... hell, damn near heroic...
effort displayed by Neil Armstrong's backup for this historic moon walk...
and, of course, his crew.
Let's hear it for Jim Lovell, Ken Mattingly and Fred Haise.
The clip Conquering the moon Part 3 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Kathleen Quinlan, Tom Hanks
There he is! There he is! Everybody quiet down!
We had a good touchdown.
We can verify the position of the opening I ought to have on the camera.
Think it's too late for him to abort?
He still has time to get out.
He just needs somebody to wave him off. Pull up, Neil!
Pull up! Pull up!
Okay, Neil, we can see you coming down the ladder now.
Look at those pictures. Wow.
I'm, uh, at the foot of the ladder.
The LEM footpads are only depressed in the surface about, uh...
one or two inches.
It's almost like a powder.
Armstrong is on the moon.
Neil Armstrong, 38-year-old American...
standing on the surface of the moon...
on this July 20, 1969.
That's one small step for man...
one giant leap for mankind.
His quote was...
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. "
The clip Huston, we have a problem from Apollo 13 (1995) with Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon
Well, between Jack's back taxes and the Fred Haise Show...
I'd say that was a pretty successful broadcast.
That was an excellent show.
Thank you very much, Houston.
We've got a couple of housekeeping procedures.
We'd like you to roll right to 0-6-0 and null your rates.
Roger that. Rolling right, 0-6-0.
And then if you could give your oxygen tanks a stir.
Hey, we've got a problem here.
What did you do?
Nothing. I stirred the tanks.
Uh, this is Houston. Say again please.
Houston, we have a problem. We have a main bus B undervolt.
We've got a lot of thruster activity here.
What's with the computer now?
It just went off line. There's another master alarm.
I'm checking the quad.
That was no repress valve.
Maybe it's in quad C. I'm gonna reconfigure the R.C.S.
We've got a computer restart.
We've got a ping light.
The way these are firing doesn't make sense.
We've got multiple caution and warning, Houston. We've got to reset and restart.
I'm going to S.C.S.
Jesus. Flight, their heart rates are skyrocketing.
EECOM, what's your data telling you?
O2 tank two not reading at all.
Tank one is at 725 psi and falling.
Fuel cells one and three are, uh...
The clip Huston, we have a problem Part 2 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Ed Harris, Clint Howard
Oh, boy, what's going on here? Flight, let me get back to you.
Flight, GNC. They're all over the place.
They keep yawing close to gimbal lock.
I keep losing radio signal.
Flight, their antennae must be flipped around.
They're gonna have to do it manually if they do it at all.
One at a time, people.
Is this an instrumentation problem or are we looking at real power loss?
It's reading a quadruple failure. That can't happen.
It's got to be instrumentation.
Let's get the hatch buttoned. The LEM might have been hit by a meteor.
The tunnel's really torquin' with all this movement.
Houston, we had a pretty large bang there associated with a master alarm.
Shit, it's main bus A.
Main bus A undervolt?
Main bus A undervolt down to...
It's reading 25 and a half. Main bus B is reading zip now.
We got a wicked shimmy up here.
These guys are talking about bangs and shimmies.
Doesn't sound like instrumentation.
You are breaking up, 13.
Can't get this hatch to seal.
Just stow it. If we'd been hit by a meteor, we'd be dead by now.
I'm gonna try to get us out of this lurch.
Houston, did you say switch to omni Bravo?
Roger that, Thirteen.
The signal strength went way down.
The clip Huston, we have a problem Part 3 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton
It's fighting me. What's the story? We keep flirting with gimbal lock.
We need a confirmation. What systems do you have down?
I'm having a hard time, Rick.
S.M.R.C.S. Helium one.
Did you say switch to omni Charlie?
A and C are barber pole.
Houston, I'm switching over quad C to main A.
Roger that, Thirteen.
Okay, Houston, fuel cell one, fuel cell three.
We got a main bus B undervolt, cryo pressure, suit compressor.
What don't we have? A.C. Bus one, A.C. Bus two...
command module computer and O2 flow high.
I don't know. Maybe this is a caution and warning failure.
Houston, we are venting something out into space.
I can see it outside of window one right now.
It's definitely, uh... a gas of some sort.
It's got to be the oxygen.
The clip Going to the moon from Apollo 13 (1995) with Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon
Okay, we have the oxygen burn system?
We have the helmet restraint ring?
Communication umbilical on.
I'm gonna give these guys a beautiful ride.
Sure you will, Jack.
You need more air?
You want some apple?
Aw, I hate this already.
You're not just about to pop, are you?
No. I got 30 days 'til this blast-off.
The clip Going to the moon Part 2 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Max Grodénchik, Walter von Huene
This is for Gene.
Mrs. Kranz has pulled out the needle and thread again.
The last one looked like he bought it off a gypsy.
Well, you can't argue with tradition.
This is from your wife, Gene.
Thank you, Tom.
I was startin' to get worried.
There we go.
I like it. I like that one, Gene.
Jim, you're all set.
Hey, Gene, I guess we can go now.
Save it for splashdown, guys.
Apollo 13 flight controllers, listen up.
Give me a go, no go for launch.
Booster. - Go.
FIDO. - We're go, Flight.
Guidance. - Guidance go.
We're go, Flight.
We are go.
We're go, Flight.
Launch Control, this is Houston. We are go for launch.
Roger that, Houston.
Pad leader, what's your status?
The clip Going to the moon Part 3 from Apollo 13 (1995)
We are go for launch.
T minus 60 seconds and counting.
This is it. A few bumps and we're haulin' the mail.
Control, this is Guidance. They're ready for takeoff.
We are go for launch.
13... 12... 11...
six... ignition sequence starts...
three... two... one...
The clip Going to the moon Part 4 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Tom Hanks, Ed Harris
The clock is running!
We have lift-off!
Houston, we have cleared the tower at 1313.
Okay, guys, we got it.
Come on, baby. Come on.
Altitude is on the line.
Velocity right on the line.
Roll complete. We are pitching.
Thirteen, stand by for mode one Bravo.
FIDO, how we lookin'?
The clip NASA practice from Apollo 13 (1995) with Bill Paxton, Gary Sinise
All systems are nominal and on the line.
Okay, S-4B is stable, slot panels are drifting free.
The drogue is clear. The docking target is clear.
Okay, I'm comin' up on that now. Two... one... mark.
Seventy-five feet. We're comin' up on docking.
Let's shut down some thrusters on 'em. We'll see what he does.
Whoa. Wait a minute.
I lost something here. I can't translate up.
Houston, we are drifting down and away.
Wanna back off and take another run?
No, I got it.
Let me just try and get it stable here.
I'm gonna reset the high gain.
Got the target back in the reticle.
We're stable. Go ahead and recycle the valves.
They're all gray.
Sweet move, Ken. Beautiful.
Gentlemen, that is the way we do that.
Man, that woke me up.
Apollo 13 backup crew, you're up in the simulator.
Nice job, gentlemen.
That's three hours of boredom...
followed by seven seconds of sheer terror.
Good job, guys. You just won the Christmas turkey.
Nice try, Frank. You really outfoxed 'em, brother.
Yeah, but it wasn't perfect. Used up too much fuel.
You're above the curve.
The clip NASA practice Part 2 from Apollo 13 (1995) with Gary Sinise, Bill Paxton
Not by much. Listen, guys, I wanna work it again.
Hey, we gotta be up with the dawn patrol headed for Bethpage, what, 0700?
Wheels up at 0700.
Yeah, I know...
but my rate of turn is still a little slow.
I really think we should work it again.
Well, let's get it right.
Okay, set it up again, Frank.
Okay, 13 backup crew. It'll have to wait.
Prime crew's up for another run.