Apollo 13 S-IVB: Flip Book

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The third stage of the Apollo 13 Saturn V launch vehicle was intentionally impacted on the lunar surface on 14 April 1970 to serve as an energy source to probe the interior structure of the Moon using seismometers placed on the surface by Apollo astronauts. The impact left a 37x28 meter crater.

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Rocket impacts recorded by the Apollo seismic network

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