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Poster for subtitles' movie Apollo 13 (1995).

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Title Apollo 13 (1995)
Type Movie

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ID VhA
Created Jul 30, 2003, 3:16:23 PM
Contributor marpe
Language English
FPS N/A


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Apollo 13 CD1
Name
apollo 13 cd1
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:42.334 00:00:45.587
  1. We have the crew
  2. crossing gantry for capsule ingress.
2 00:00:45.671 00:00:47.673
  1. Roger that.
3 00:00:47.756 00:00:50.175
  1. lnspired by the late
  2. President Kennedy...
4 00:00:50.259 00:00:55.180
  1. in only seven years, America has risen
  2. to the challenge of what he called...
5 00:00:55.264 00:00:59.101
  1. ''the most hazardous and dangerous
  2. and greatest adventure...
6 00:00:59.184 00:01:1.562
  1. on which man
  2. has ever embarked.''
7 00:01:1.645 00:01:5.899
  1. After trailing the Russians for years
  2. with our manned space program...
8 00:01:5.983 00:01:9.736
  1. - We got a short!
  2. - and after that sudden
  3. and horrible fire...
9 00:01:9.820 00:01:11.905
  1. on the launchpad
  2. during a routine test...
10 00:01:11.989 00:01:14.741
  1. - that killed American
  2. astronauts Gus Grissom...
  3. - Fire in the cockpit!
11 00:01:14.825 00:01:16.910
  1. - Ed White and Roger Chaffee...
  2. - Get us outta here!
12 00:01:16.994 00:01:21.331
  1. there were serious doubts that we
  2. could beat the Russians to the moon.
13 00:01:21.373 00:01:24.668
  1. But tonight, a mere 18 months
  2. after the tragedy of Apollo 1...
14 00:01:24.710 00:01:28.881
  1. the entire world watched in awe
  2. as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin...
15 00:01:28.964 00:01:30.966
  1. landed on the moon.
Filename
Apollo 13 CD3
Name
apollo 13 cd3
Content preview
# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:17.468 00:00:21.514
  1. As most of you are aware, there is
  2. no rescue possible in space flight.
2 00:00:21.555 00:00:24.517
  1. A-Any rescue system the space agency
  2. has long since calculated--
3 00:00:24.558 00:00:26.519
  1. Hold this a minute.
4 00:00:26.560 00:00:29.855
  1. Since any rescue system
  2. the space agency calculated--
5 00:00:34.610 00:00:37.363
  1. - One sock.
  2. - Once you
  3. have the sock in place...
6 00:00:37.405 00:00:40.074
  1. - we're gonna want you to bungee...
  2. - Work it in.
7 00:00:40.157 00:00:42.451
  1. the entire filter assembly
  2. to the bulkhead...
8 00:00:42.535 00:00:46.122
  1. - right above the LEM canister.
  2. - We're getting close to 15.
9 00:00:46.205 00:00:50.960
  1. So how does this flight compare to other
  2. emergency situations you've faced?
10 00:00:51.043 00:00:55.631
  1. l'd have to say that this is
  2. the most serious situation...
11 00:00:55.715 00:00:58.509
  1. we've ever encountered
  2. in manned space flight.
12 00:00:58.592 00:01:2.638
  1. - Houston, filter's in place.
  2. - Cabin gas return to egress.
13 00:01:2.722 00:01:4.974
  1. Suit circuit relief to close.
14 00:01:5.057 00:01:9.478
  1. - CO2 canister select to secondary.
  2. - All right.
15 00:01:9.562 00:01:12.648
  1. Here goes.
Filename
Apollo 13 CD2
Name
apollo 13 cd2
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:3.828 00:00:8.708
  1. Okay, we're ready
  2. for C.S.M. separation.
2 00:00:8.791 00:00:13.421
  1. Okay, S.M.R.C.S.
  2. isol valves are all gray.
3 00:00:13.463 00:00:15.715
  1. Okay, Swigert,
  2. command module pilot...
4 00:00:15.798 00:00:18.050
  1. she's all yours.
5 00:00:21.721 00:00:24.432
  1. Houston,
  2. we've got a good separation.
6 00:00:24.474 00:00:27.226
  1. - The S-4B is stable.
  2. - Translation looks good.
7 00:00:27.310 00:00:30.813
  1. - We confirm that, Thirteen.
  2. - We're gonna start to pitch around...
8 00:00:30.897 00:00:32.815
  1. to line up with the LEM.
9 00:00:32.899 00:00:34.901
  1. You know, Freddo, Frank Borman...
10 00:00:34.984 00:00:37.945
  1. was upchuckin' most of the way
  2. to the moon on Apollo 8.
11 00:00:37.987 00:00:42.074
  1. l'm all right. l just ate too much
  2. breakfast. Let's go to work.
12 00:00:43.493 00:00:45.495
  1. And pitching up.
13 00:00:45.578 00:00:48.998
  1. Pitch rate,
  2. 2.5 degrees per second.
14 00:00:49.040 00:00:52.627
  1. Roger, Jack.
  2. We see you pitching around.
15 00:00:52.710 00:00:54.670
  1. Keep an eye on that telemetry.

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