51 years of Apollo 13 with ‘Ad Astra’ editor-in-chief Rod Pyle

John Landecker

FILE – In this April 11, 1970 file photo, crowds watch the lift-off of the Saturn V rocket carrying the Apollo 13 spacecraft on its mission to the moon from Cape Kennedy, Fla. (AP Photo)

Over 50 years later, the Apollo 13 mission is still one of the most legendary missions into space. ‘Ad Astra’ editor-in-chief Rod Pyle joins John Landecker to talk about the mission and his own surprising discovery of a mission log thought long lost to history. Plus, Rod explains the argument against searching for extraterrestrial life.

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