NASA Johnson Space Center Collection
Apollo 14 Command Module approaches touchdown in South Pacific Ocean
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.
February 9, 1971
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