The clip moving-to-the-lem from Apollo 13 (1995) with Ed Harris, Kevin Bacon. Powered by: Anyclip. any mome...
The clip moving-to-the-lem from Apollo 13 (1995) with Ed Harris, Kevin Bacon. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
They won't even know which way they're pointed.
That's a bad way to fly.
I'll be in 210 if you need me.
Houston, this is Thirteen. Are you back with me now?
Aquarius, this is Houston. You now have about 12 minutes to power up.
I can't see any stars. Man, there's a lot of debris floatin' around out there.
Okay, Houston, I have completed the steps on page 15.
Now I'm ready to power down the computer.
I'm gonna need your gimbal angles, Jack...
before you shut down the computer!
I need this back to me before they power down.
All right, all right. I got it. Hold on.
Houston, our computer is up.
Roger. Stand by.
Jack, we need to proceed with steps 12 through 17 quickly.
You're down to about eight minutes remaining.
Fuel cell pump's off. O2 fans, tank two off.
Okay, Houston, check me. I have completed these gimbal conversions...
but I need a double check of the arithmetic.
Yeah, you can go, Jim.
The roll CAL angle is minus two.
Lunar module roll is 355.57.
Pitch: 1678... Correction. Pitch: 167.78.
Yaw is 351.87.
Stand by. We're checking it.
We've got negative visibility in our star field,
and if this paperwork isn't right, who knows where we'll end up out here?
Looks good, Flight.
It's all right.
He's good, Andy.
We'll go on those numbers.
Log them in, Freddo.
Jack, turn off the I.M.U. Switch to S.C.S.
Stand by to turn off the thrusters. Over.
It's a great day in New York. It's girl watchers' weather.