Earth seen from the farthest distance ever flown by a manned crew.

AS13-62-8904 Following the free-return trajectory, the altitude of Apollo 13 over the lunar far side was approximately 100 km (60 mi) greater than the orbital altitude on the remaining Apollo lunar missions. It holds the absolute altitude record for a manned spacecraft, reaching a distance of 400,171 kilometers (248,655 miles) from Earth on 7:21 pm EST, April 14, 1970