Apollo 13: Lucky for Some?
On the 13th April 1970, when the spacecraft Apollo 13 was over 200,000 miles from Earth heading towards the Moon, a catastrophic failure occurred. Dr Kevin Bowman takes you back in time to learn what really happened and why. Encounter the scientists and engineers who designed and built the spacecraft, as both humans and machine are pushed to their limits.
Venue: Darwin Building, Darwin Lecture Theatre (Ground Floor)
Times: 1.30 – 2.30pm / 3.00 – 4.00pm
Age suitability: 7+