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On April 14, 1970, an oxygen tank exploded on the Apollo 13 mission. 00:01
When disaster struck the Apollo 13 mission, Mission Control had to work on solving the problem back on Earth, all while the crew was losing oxygen and power. 01:15
Mission Control used duct tape, cardboard, plastic, and an old sock to create an "adaptor" that would fit the lunar module's square carbon scrubber into round spare canisters. 02:32
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