S K Y L A B  1  (SL-2) - First Manned Skylab Flight




America's first experimental space station. Designed for long duration mission, Skylab program objectives were twofold: To prove that humans could live and work in space for extended periods, and to expand our knowledge of solar astronomy well beyond Earth-based observations. Successful in all respects despite early mechanical difficulties, three three-man crews occupied the Skylab workshop for a total of 171 days, 13 hours. It was the site of nearly 300 scientific and technical experiments: medical experiments on humans' adaptability to zero gravity, solar observations, and detailed Earth resources experiments. The empty Skylab spacecraft returned to Earth July 11, 1979 scattering debris over the Indian Ocean and the sparsely settled region of Western Australia.

Skylab 1 (SL-2) Crew - Multi Signed








Charles "Pete" Conrad

(see also Gemini 5, Gemini 12 & Apollo 12)

all measure 8x10 unless specified otherwise


Pete Conrad autograph

Vintage NASA Skylab image beautifully hand signed by Pete Conrad.  Weitz and Kerwin could be added.  Measures 8"x10" and in perfect condition.

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