Apollo 13 | Re-Entry and Splashdown

2020-ж., 13-июн.
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On April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 re-entered the earth's atmosphere and splashed down safely. Watch this historic moment, recreated for film by director Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, and Bill Paxton as the shuttle's crew.
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Stranded 205,000 miles from Earth in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Jim Lovell (Hanks), Fred Haise (Paxton) and Jack Swigert (Bacon) fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly (Sinise), flight director Gene Kranz (Harris) and a heroic ground crew race against time - and the odds - to bring them home.
© 1995 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Cast: Tom Hanks, Ed Harris, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise, Kathleen Quinlan, Mary Kate Schellhardt, Emily Ann Lloyd, Miko Hughes, Max Elliott Slade, Jean Speegle Howard, David Andrews, Chris Ellis
Produced By: Brian Grazer
Directed by: Ron Howard

  • why were those astronauts stupid?

    dirtdudedirtdude19 саат мурун
  • I appreciate this movie so much more after reading (and re-reading ) the book 'Failure is not an option', by Gene Kranz. From the very beginning of manned spaceflight, the ingenuity , bravery, heartbreak and belief that went into every mission was astonishing. As a child, I watched the Moon landings with the innocence of a kid placing action figures on a muddy garden. Only later did I fully appreciate the brilliance. This film pays worthy homage to all involved, and the fact I still get teary eyed is testament to their accomplishments. It's in my top ten movies, always will be.

    TheMistervivTheMistervivКүн мурун
  • Did they really enter the plasma without their space suits on?

    Ephraim MathapoEphraim Mathapo4 күн мурун
  • The Apollo Missions... incredible science, research, bravery and danger. The best of what we had at the time, plunging into the absolute unknown and driving right into the heart of it. The Moon, Mars and beyond, whether we make it or not, we're going for it. So many hearts and minds united. This is my dream for the future. The power of coming together. It's probably the most beautiful thing there is. Godspeed everyone.

    TheRealityStationTheRealityStation8 күн мурун
  • No matter how many times I see this scene (and it's been too many to count!) I cry. Every. Single. Time.

    Jennifer JohnsonJennifer Johnson9 күн мурун
  • Must be hard you have done all you can now it’s come down to 3 intense minutes of worry.

    Ryan SRyan S12 күн мурун
  • Came here from chapter 11 of The Mandalorian. I thought the re-entry scene looked familiar, and Bryce Dallas Howard confirmed it was an intentional homage to this scene from this movie directed by her father, Ron Howard depicting the events of a massive scare and later a massive triumph for spaceflight.

    EnderGeekEnderGeek13 күн мурун
  • When I was growing up in the 70s and 80s, all the animations and movies showed atmospheric (re)entry as a calm, gentle thing - the spacecraft would float weightlessly in the middle of the shot and gradually start to glow red on one side. This sequence reminded me what's really happening: the capsule is traveling at multiples of the speed of sound and punching a *flaming hole* through air that can't get out of its way fast enough.

    Commander ZoomCommander Zoom13 күн мурун
  • The time when America was America. We can only remember these magnificent times and realize what a disaster the last several decades have been. Demographic changes and financial mafia are destroying the greatest nation on the planet

    Goran VukovicGoran Vukovic13 күн мурун
  • Cool thing. The man who did this reentry scene is the father of the person who did the crash landing scene in the newest episode (chapter 11) of mandolorian

    JaysonJayson13 күн мурун
  • God had a hand in getting them

    Rcnut 511Rcnut 51114 күн мурун
  • This is one of the greatest movies ever made.

    paulmd2010paulmd201014 күн мурун
  • Moving appx. 7 miles...... per Second. Huh?

    drummerfella 55drummerfella 5514 күн мурун
  • "I believe this is going to be our finest hour." POWERFUL

    Joseph MasonJoseph Mason14 күн мурун
  • It took every astronaut and every engineer in mission control to get them home alive. And, they made it.

    Craig OdemCraig Odem14 күн мурун
  • wonder if everybody knew that Jim Lovell was aboard the aircraft carrier then the scene was shot of the 3 coming aboard after splash down.

    Hubert HarnedHubert Harned15 күн мурун
  • I’m never flying with Tom hanks. Always trouble when he goes traveling! Lol

    BDR CHRISTBDR CHRIST16 күн мурун
  • Ed Harris' performance as Gene Kranz in this one parcel of the movie should have won him an Oscar.

    Old PranksterOld Prankster16 күн мурун
  • Apollo 13: frickin blows up that guy in mission control: I need to fix my tie

    Brick builder 1457Brick builder 145717 күн мурун
  • Funny watching Xander Berkeley spell out the dire consequences of a failed re-entry, when he was the last bad guy left on the doomed plane in Harrison Ford's Air force One.

    ako tairiako tairi17 күн мурун
  • it was the worst texting I have seen, for example Odyssey was written as obviously. A disgrace!

    Kjell LundströmKjell Lundström18 күн мурун
  • I feel the scene would have had more suspense without that swelling music. Kinda gives it away (if you didn't know beforehand of course)

    KhtrasKhtras19 күн мурун
  • I saw this in theaters for its 25th Anniversary

    Ethan PetersonEthan Peterson19 күн мурун
  • Find me a better movie, I'll wait...

    Vile FoxxxVile Foxxx19 күн мурун
  • The subtitle is horrible ...

    buchhaimerbuchhaimer21 күн мурун
  • RALPH... SIT DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    CGS DesignsCGS Designs22 күн мурун
  • It’s a damn crime that Ed Harris didn’t win an Oscar for his role in the movie

    Zac GraslZac Grasl22 күн мурун
    • Ed Harris got robbed for sure.

      grizzfan08grizzfan0814 күн мурун
  • Every time I see this I tense up, grind my teeth and even though I know the ending I get all worked up waiting to hear. Imagine those people who didn't know and had to wait and hope.

    Top CatTop Cat22 күн мурун
  • This is so emotional 😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

    Realnost#1Realnost#123 күн мурун
  • The $20,000.00 dollars toilet seats encountered a problem... What happened they supposed to be the smartest brain... Thank to the Germans you step on space....

    Ernest DuranErnest Duran23 күн мурун
  • Gentlemen is a pleasure to install those ceramic tiles on the ship... Did you learn something kids

    Ernest DuranErnest Duran23 күн мурун
  • I hate happy endings...

    Screw That!Screw That!23 күн мурун
  • Top ten movies ever made in my book

    Matt gamingMatt gaming24 күн мурун
  • something that is amazing is that here on youtube there is a set of videos where a group repairs and tests one of the original flight computers from the Apollo spacecraft LEM and even after all these years the lines of code and stuff in them still worked and could still fly the craft

    wolvesonewolvesone24 күн мурун
  • saw iton a nairplane

    rascalferretrascalferret24 күн мурун
  • This is the america we need back in 2020.

    Matt HannahMatt Hannah28 күн мурун
  • Best ever

    MeganMilesReid MeganMilesReidMeganMilesReid MeganMilesReid28 күн мурун
  • So many heroes in that room. From the O2 scrubber guy, to Ken getting the power-up sequence, the mathematicians re-checking the calculations with seconds to spare so the astronauts could do their job. Brilliant!

    MrSpeedyAceMrSpeedyAceАй мурун
  • That Death Stare @ 1:40 said it all.....Failure Is NOT An Option.......nuff said.

    The StuportThe StuportАй мурун
  • shoutout to the heat shield

    Ryan CrowellRyan CrowellАй мурун
  • The composer James Horner uses a small theme 3 times, One in this scene that was also used in TITANIC and even more in Enemy at the Gates...and not I won't say were. That my own little secret to keep ^.^

    Merchant IvoryMerchant IvoryАй мурун
  • saved by my magic legs

    Lt.DanLt.DanАй мурун
  • Knowing my luck I’d fall off the crate while being lifted to the helicopter then whack my head on the reentry module and die in the middle of the Pacific Ocean

    bigbowlowrongbigbowlowrongАй мурун
  • 4:47 - "Columbia, Houston. UHF Comm Check." :-(

    johnmccnjjohnmccnjАй мурун
  • Why there even is automatic subtitles since they are 50% inaccurate tbh...

    Herkules RSHerkules RSАй мурун
  • 2:00 Also saw him in Captain Phillips and Sully. Deymm! I wouldn't want travel with this guy. LoL

    Ravin KyleRavin KyleАй мурун
  • So Sandra Bullock staid on the island with Wilson? Hollywood nous aurait donc menti?

    Faivre Jean-MichelFaivre Jean-MichelАй мурун
  • For some reason i love these guys at 7:30

    juttelslipknotjuttelslipknotАй мурун
  • I can watch this all day. This is a masterpiece.

    CranberryQ_Q GradyCranberryQ_Q GradyАй мурун
  • Ed Harris is a better Gene Kranz than Gene Kranz

    Milo Mason-BettellMilo Mason-BettellАй мурун
  • You can't watch this without getting goosebumps.

    Easies 10Easies 10Ай мурун
  • R.I.P James Horner. :(

    MumtazMumtazАй мурун
  • Its a wonder that thing didn't sink like a rock with all those huge iron balls....

    Bill sargentBill sargentАй мурун

    General PurposeGeneral PurposeАй мурун
  • They were ALL steely eyed missile men.....

    Seth KimmelSeth KimmelАй мурун
  • Movies like this need to be made more often. By all accounts this was pretty close to what really happened.

    Paul JohnsonPaul JohnsonАй мурун
  • When movies had feeling, no cell phones and nothing political. No Antifa, No BLM No bullshit. Just a fucking happy ending. What has happened to humanity?

    GRJCLyonGRJCLyonАй мурун
  • looks fake

    Florida ManFlorida ManАй мурун
  • Salut to NASA

  • That must have been the longest 4 minutes of their lives

    Steven LernerSteven LernerАй мурун
  • 7:51 Mrs. Lovell: Told y'all my Jimmy could land that washing machine ;)

    Woohyun SonWoohyun Son2 ай мурун
  • Am I the only one who breaks out into a huge stupid grin whenever I hear Lovell's words back to MCC? I swear, every god damn time I watch this scene, and I've watched this scene a LOT of times.

    Woohyun SonWoohyun Son2 ай мурун
    • Same here. Every time.

      CameronDiazTwinCameronDiazTwinАй мурун
  • Sully approved that water landing.

    Kevin MokKevin Mok2 ай мурун
  • I was a college student at the time, and astonishingly, I never worried about a disastrous outcome. I had so much confidence in NASA and the Apollo program that their safe return was never a doubt in my mind. The entire program was our finest hour.

    Old PranksterOld Prankster2 ай мурун
    • As was I. Like you, I didn't doubt for a moment that the re-entry and recovery of the Apollo 13 crew would be anything but successful.

      Old PranksterOld Prankster12 күн мурун
  • Well done Grumman and North American Rockwell.....VERY WELL DONE....

    Seth KimmelSeth Kimmel2 ай мурун
  • I think it was glorious. It may have been hard, but all glorious things are hard.

    jws1948jajws1948ja2 ай мурун
  • When a press conference was held shortly thereafter, I believe it was Jim Lovell who was asked if he still wished to be included in future missions. He was about to answer when he saw his wife in the back, raising a thumb in the downward position.

    DorkmaxDorkmax2 ай мурун
  • Why does the crew of the descent module work without spacesuits and anti-overload suits? Is this the norm for flights in those years? in those years?

    Игорь Владимирович М- овИгорь Владимирович М- ов2 ай мурун
  • Gool old fashioned math. Quadruple checked.

    Wyatt HWyatt H2 ай мурун
  • Never travel with Tom Hanks...

    emmwiemarkusemmwiemarkus2 ай мурун
  • Isn't it funny that studios go to incredible lengths to stop leaked plot spoilers when this film, Gone with the wind, Forrest Gump, and countless others were fully known before cameras rolled and yet were huge hits at the box office?

    Slab RiprockSlab Riprock2 ай мурун
  • Director: Ron Howard 3:36 His father, playing the priest. 5:09 His mother. 4:01 His brother. Conclusion: Nepotism is NOT a bad thing, if it's done right.

    Rick O'ShayRick O'Shay2 ай мурун
  • Great to see LT Dan has his legs back...!

    enya2enya2enya2enya22 ай мурун
  • And a Camino by Freddy the frog.

    esquad 540esquad 5402 ай мурун
  • Back when people of this country actually cared about one another. We need to get there again.

    Justin PohlevenJustin Pohleven2 ай мурун
    • Diversity is not a strength. The first casualty is cohesiveness.

      DonkeyLips McGeeDonkeyLips McGee5 күн мурун
    • @Azimuth Aerospace amen to that

      Operation 1Operation 112 күн мурун
    • Hopefully SpaceX landing humans on Mars will

      Azimuth AerospaceAzimuth Aerospace18 күн мурун
    • How truly blessed I feel to have been alive during that period. And to remember how we cared.

      retroguy94retroguy9424 күн мурун
    • Never going to happen. People now a days are too self absorbed and absolutely obsessed with self reassurance. If the devil is real, he's in the internet.

      Boogie WoogieBoogie Woogie27 күн мурун
  • "Odyssey? Houston. Do you read?"

    Lucas Martínez ParraLucas Martínez Parra2 ай мурун
  • apparently the guy on the ship was the real jim lovell

    Haofan SONGHaofan SONG2 ай мурун
  • this video came out on my bday and plus my fave astronaut is jim lovell he and apollo 13 are my fave nasa things love ya mr lovell and mr hanks you were awesome

  • The picture is really beautiful but it's a lie for аmericans

    Алекс МарАлекс Мар2 ай мурун
  • Comedy in the style of Hollywood again people rubbed another lie long live forever stupid human brains!

    Алекс МарАлекс Мар2 ай мурун
  • It was your finest hour nasa.... your darkest hour would hit twice at the loss of 2 space shuttles not so far apart because you ignored warning

    OneBigBuggaOneBigBugga2 ай мурун
  • Honestly, watching this, Gravity, and The Martian... why would anybody WANT to go to space? Everything sucks up there. And it's not like astronauts get paid high or anything.

    Michael SongMichael Song2 ай мурун
  • My favorite thing about this scene is that not everyone is cheering and clapping as they report they made it back to earth, some (particularly the guy at 6:43) are just relieved and sit down after completing the job. Excellent work by Howard to notice that not all people clap and cheer when something good happens, they just admire the work they have done and sit down in relief.

    Nathan BennettNathan Bennett2 ай мурун
  • I can't stomach this one of many door knobs, tom hanks, a tool of the cartel regime.

    RutexasRutexas2 ай мурун
  • The only scene among the many thousands of films I've watched where it's IMPOSSIBLE for me to tear up -- no matter how many times I see it, and I've seen it at least four or five times. A truly great human moment, and a truly great film-making accomplishment.

    GetMeThere1GetMeThere12 ай мурун
  • Of all the superstitious circumstances that some people claim plagued this mission (13th mission, launch time 1313, etc.) I think one superstition really summed up the whole mission, the name of ship “Odyssey”. If anyone has read the infamous Greek legend, the story involves a lot of stuff going wrong for the protagonist but ends in the protagonist making it home to his wife and family.

    Jonathon LaurelJonathon Laurel2 ай мурун
  • Imagine if they went through all that....and the the parachutes didn’t open....

    Guy in The CrowdGuy in The Crowd2 ай мурун
  • Фильм о Великом подвиге! На все времена

    Александр MullerАлександр Muller2 ай мурун
  • Ridiculous amount of adverts

    Lisa KlozenbergLisa Klozenberg2 ай мурун
  • I love how Fornell from NCIS is on this movie!!!!! Like both tv show and this movie

    CGACGA2 ай мурун
  • "Hello, Houston? This is Odyssey. It's good to see you again."

    Lucas Martínez ParraLucas Martínez Parra2 ай мурун
  • I should have kept this one as a memory

    Carlos esravaZCarlos esravaZ2 ай мурун
  • 6:29 - look closely and Gene is the only one that doesn't react

    Trek001Trek0012 ай мурун
  • I still cry!!!!!!!!!!!!! I remember the actual event.

    danielle frostdanielle frost2 ай мурун
  • Awsome film.

    Infinity 40Infinity 402 ай мурун
  • 4:22 The priest has a wedding ring on.

    Chris PChris P2 ай мурун
    • @Steph Starrett Nuns may, but priests do not. I'm clergy myself (yes, women ARE ordained in most denominations of Christianity) so I know this.

      CameronDiazTwinCameronDiazTwin29 күн мурун
    • @CameronDiazTwin they dont marry a random off the street, but alot do wear a wedding band, saying they married god

      Steph StarrettSteph Starrett29 күн мурун
    • @Steph Starrett no most of them do not. Catholic priests do not marry and non Catholic priests are allowed to marry

      CameronDiazTwinCameronDiazTwin29 күн мурун
    • Yeah, most of them do. They're married to god?

      Steph StarrettSteph Starrett29 күн мурун
    • Not all clergy are Catholic.

      CameronDiazTwinCameronDiazTwinАй мурун
  • “I never thanked you for saving my life.” -Lieutenant Dan

    liquidbrainoliquidbraino2 ай мурун
  • When they came back in over the radio it genuinely sent shivers down my spine

    EwanEwan2 ай мурун
  • RIP Bill Paxton

    JebuslivesJebuslives2 ай мурун
  • This movie is based on a true story and the only reason why jim wasn't in this and tom was for the idiots and morons 🙄 😒 because the actual jim was probably to busy or probably didn't want to do it maybe because of family or anything else and it is true they did survive it shows it on the doc and videos and look it up on the inside for the idiots they don't know what they are talking about they don't know because why would they make a off of apollo 13 and not making real morons those people were probably dealing with family or old or i think one died or busy so that's why the actors did the movie for dip shits and shut up because none of your morons know what you are talking about of course the movie is going to be a tiny bit off because the same people ain't in it and some other things but it still was a great freaking awesome movie

    Jenice MuhlbauerJenice Muhlbauer2 ай мурун
    • What? How much of that rambling incoherent statement was adderall ?

      bidmcms3bidmcms32 ай мурун