đŸ”’ FULL INTERVIEW: Apollo 13 astronaut recounts harrowing journey

Apollo 13 Astronaut Fred Haise sits down with KPRC2

Fred Haise sat down with KPRC 2′s Rose-Ann Aragon to discuss his memoir and share his memories of the historic moon landing mission turned heart-stopping rescue.

On April 11, 1970, the Apollo 13 crew left Earth on a Saturn V rocket. Fifty-two years later at 88-years-old, Apollo 13 astronaut, and Lunar Module Pilot Fred Haise, remembers those harrowing moments, describing them vividly in his newly released book, memoir, Never Panic Early: An Apollo 13 Astronaut’s Journey.

Haise sat down with KPRC 2′s Rose-Ann Aragon to discuss his memoir and share his memories of the historic moon landing mission turned heart-stopping rescue.

Watch the full interview, available exclusively for our KPRC 2 Insiders, in the video player at the top of the page.

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