Splashdown of Apollo 14
May 5, 2003
The Apollo 14 Command Module splashes down and two of its three main parachutes can be seen collapsing, as the ten-day lunar landing mission comes to an end. The splashdown occured at 3:04:39 p.m., February 9, 1971, approximately 765 nautical miles south of American Samoa.
Topics: Apollo Command/Service Module, Apollo 14, Apollo program, American Samoa, Splashdown, Moon landing, Apollo 1, Apollo 11, Apollo 17, Apollo spacecraft