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Skylab: 1973-1974    

SkylabSkylab was a U.S. space station adapted from the third stage of a Saturn V rocket and launched into orbit in May 1973. Three successive crews of three astronauts each occupied Skylab. The longest mission, which ended in February 1974, lasted almost three months.

Skylab: A Chronology

Living and Working in Space: A History of Skylab

Skylab, Classroom in Space

Skylab: America's First Space Station (MSFC)

The History of Skylab (KSC)
Launch of Skylab
History of Skylab - Part 1
History Of Skylab - Part 2
History Of Skylab - Part 3

Skylab Press Kits (JSC)
Skylab 1 & 2
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Life Sciences Data Archive Searchable Database

JSC Skylab Image Collection

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