Mutiny on Apollo 7

On this day in 1968 the Apollo 7 spaceflight mission was launched. The mission was a complete technical success, which helped pave the way for the launch of Apollo 8 two months later. The first live broadcast from space also took place during the flight. However, there was a unique issue when one of the astronauts on board developed a cold and had no way to drain his sinuses due to the lack of gravity. Ultimately the bad mood of the crew caused by this and other issues led them to disobey orders from mission control. Find out what happened in this video –> https://youtu.be/O3dvrgMSfIw

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