SKYLAB  MISC.  MEMORABILIA


  

The Apollo program was designed to land humans on the Moon and bring them safely back to Earth. Six of the missions (Apollos 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17) achieved this goal. Apollos 7 and 9 were Earth orbiting missions to test the Command and Lunar Modules, and did not return lunar data. Apollos 8 and 10 tested various components while orbiting the Moon, and returned photography of the lunar surface. Apollo 13 did not land on the Moon due to a malfunction, but also returned photographs. The six missions that landed on the Moon returned a wealth of scientific data and almost 400 kilograms of lunar samples. Experiments included soil mechanics, meteoroids, seismic, heat flow, lunar ranging, magnetic fields, and solar wind experiments.

 
   






 

 

 

 

Process Order

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab 2 (First Manned Mission): Memorabilia

 

 

 

 

Skylab 2 Final EVA Checklist
(updated for Change E)
used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison



 



 


 

This EVA checklist contains multiple activities associated with Skylab EVA and as such provided a reference checklist for Silver Team Flight Director Neil Hutchinson for several EVA's his team executed during the three Skylab manned flights. 

   

 This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 

 

 

#Hutchinson Collection 127: Skylab EVA Checklist
$750 (price reduced)

 

 

 

 

Skylab 2 ATM Experiment Checklist & Data Book
Final Change A (updated for Change D)
used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison



 


 

 

 


 

This checklist was used on his console by Sliver Team Flight Director Neil Hutchinson during the Activation and Deactivation of the Skyhlab vehicle on the first manned flight (Skylab 2).  It servied as a quick reference on the console in MCC for the two subesquent flights, Skylab 3 and Skylab 4.  

   

This checklist will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 

 

 

#Hutchinson Collection 124: Skylab ATM Checklist
$800 (price reduced)

 

 


 

 

Skylab 2 SWS Control & Display Checklist

Final Change B
used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison



 



 


 

This checklist was referred to by Flight Director Neil Hutchinson on all manned Skylab flights.  As noted, this volume was issued before the Skylab 1 unmanned launch and remained in use until the end of the program since the laboratory's basic displays and controls did not change between crews.

 

This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 

   

#Hutchinson Collection:128: Skylab C&D Checklist

$1000


 

 

Skylab 2 A-B. 4" Mission Patch
from the personal collection of Astronaut Ed Gibson 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Skylab 1 Patch
$35


 

 

Skylab 1/2 Operations Support Room badge issued to NASA Administrator Charles Matthews who was also known for his role as the Project Gemini Program Manager.  Complete with clip.  Great shape. 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Skylab 1/2 Badge
$SOLD


Skylab 1 beta cloth with mission emblem origionally from the personal collection of Astronaut Joe Kerwin.  Authentically handsigned in bold black sharpie by Joe Kerwin.  Beautiful condition with cutting lines visible on two sides. Measures  9"x9".

#Skylab Mem - Skylab 1 Beta Cloth
$225

 

 

Skylab 2 (SL-3)

NASA Group Achievment Award

To Neil Hutchinson

Skylab Real Time Planning Team

Issued at Washington, DC - October 3, 1973

Issued by James Fletcher, Administrator, NASA

 

Awarded to Neil Hutchinson in recognition of outsanding performance in the development of new flight plans and procedures for the Skylab 2 mission following the anomalies that occured after the launch of the Skylab orbital workshop.

 

Neil Hutchinson was a Skylab Flight Director at that time making this particular award stand out amoungst the rest.  For those of you who collect awards, this one is highly desirable.  Measures 11" x 14". 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Real Time Award
$275

 

 

Skylab 3 (Second Manned Mission): Memorabilia

 

 

 

Skylab 3 SWS Activation Checklist
Final: Change A (Updated for Change D)

used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison

     

 

This checklist was used by Flight Director Neil Hutchinson at his console in Mission Control during the second activation of the Skylab workship by the crew of Skylab 3.  His Silver Team closed out the lab after the first manned period and then aided the second crew to reactivate and move in to the workshop for the second (56 day) manned period. 

  

This checklist will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection:130: SWS Activation Checklist

$1500


 

 

 

Skylab 3 SWS Deactivation Checklist
Final: Change A (updated for Change 5)

used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison

     
     

 

  This checklist was used on the Flight Director console in Mission Control by Neil Hutchinson to follow and verify the flight crew's closeout of the Skylab workshop in preparation for the second unmanned period of lab operation. 

  

This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection:131: SWS Deactivation Checklist

$1100


 

 

Skylab 3 Activation Flight Plan 
used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison

     

 

This unique checklist, was marked as executed in realtime by Silver Team Flight Director Neil Hutchinson as the second (Skylab 3) flight crew reestablished human residence in the Skylab vehicle.

  

This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection:426: SL3 Activation Flight Plan

$1500


 

 

Skylab 3 Deactivation Flight Plan 
used on the MCC Console of
Flight Director Neil Hutchison

     

 

This unique checklist is marked as executed in real time by Silver Flight, Neil Hutchinson as he led his team and the flight crew through the second (Skylab 3) deactivation of the orbital outpost. 

  

This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection:427: SL3 De-Activation Flight Plan

$1500


 

 

 

Skylab 3 Bean/Garriott/Lousma Menu Cue Card 3/4
FLOWN on Skylab & returned to Earth by Astronaut Ed Gibson



 
 


 

 

Offered here is an extremely desirable FLOWN Skylab artifact.  This two sided menu cue card was utilized by the crew of Skylab 2 (SL-3).  Nutrition was closedly planned and monitered as a part of this projects mission plan.  These were the actual cue cards relied on by the flight crew for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. aka. Meal A, Meal B, Meal C and Snacks. 

 

 

Though that crew left their menus behind, Ed knowing that anything left onbard would be burnt up upon the space station's re-entry brought it home as a personal memento. 

 

 

This two sided cue card was utilized by that crew as it's daily menu.  Each Skylab crew member's food intake was very controlled and monitored but that considered menu choices were based upon crew provided preferences prior to their flight.  There was some flexibility with regard to meals and this menu cue card if read correctly provides that information. 

 

As an aside, for those of you who were fortunate enough to know Alan Bean personally, his alll time favorite Spaghetti is front and center on this menu!

 

 

The heavy duty card measures  7.5" x 9" and has Velcro tabs on the top corners of both sides to prevent them from floating away.  As you can see it is double sided with a different menu printed on each side.  There were a total of 6 menus for each crew that spanned the duration of that mission.  

 

 

This menu cue card is in outstanding condition and comes with a COA's establishing its history and providing flight certification.

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Skylab (3/4) FLOWN Menu
$950

Skylab 3 A-B: 4" Mission Patch
 

from the personal collectoin of Astronaut Ed Gibson

 

#Skylab Mem: Gibson Skylab 3 A-B Patch

$35

 

Process Order

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab 4 (Third Manned) Mission: Memorabilia

 

 

 



FLOWN PG



COA

 


COVER

 

Skylab FLOWN Teleprinter Page
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

Offered here as we reach the 50th anniversary of Skylab are FLOWN Skylab handwritten notes from Ed Gibson's Teleprinter Notebook.  The COA for this item tells the story quite nicely.  Each 8 1/4" x  3 3/4" page is differnt and contains notes written in pencil throughut his time in flight on the Skylab Space Station. 

 

The COA for each page is number matched to the page itself and hand signed by Ed for iron clad provenance.  Skylab FLOWN items are becoming more sought after than ever and this is an opportunity to obtain a FULLY INTACT ORIGINAL handwritten page directly from the Astronuat himself. An amazing piece of history from America's first orbiting space station. Please note that the pictured cover is NOT included.

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson FlOWN Teleprinter Page
$250

 

 

 

 

This set of 2 auto permits for the launch of Skylab 1 & 2 come from the personal archives of Skylab Astronaut Ed Gibson.  Each has been hand signed by Ed using black sharpie with mission in formation added.  Great condition. 

 

#Gibson Skylab Parking Permits

$SOLD

 

 

 

 

Skylab 4 A-B: 4" Mission Patch
 

from the personal collectoin of Astronaut Ed Gibson

 

#Skylab Mem: Gibson Skylab 4 A-B Patch

$40

 

 

 

 

Skylab 4 Beta Cloth Mission Emblem
from the personal collection of Ed Gibson

 

Skylab III (SL-4) beta cloth mission emblem hand signed by Ed Gibson who adds mission information.  This comes from Eds personal collection.  It is in beautiful condition and measures 9"x9" with cutting lines on two sides as you can see in the scan. 

 

#Skylab Mem: Gibson Hand Signed Beta Cloth

$225

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab 4 Standard Housekeeping Flown Cue Card
from the personal artifact from Skylab Astronaut Ed Gibson








 








 

 

 

Offered here is a rarely seen FLOWN cue card used and then brought back to earth by Skylab Astronaut Ed Gibson.  This two sided S/HK cue card contains procedures for all three crew members involving house keeping tasks which were all so important for daily life onboard America's first space station. 

 

This card measures 3" x 8" and is hand signed by Ed indicating that it was in fact flown.  It also comes with a COA hand signed by Ed Gibson attesting to its' history and flight status. 

 

 A very seldom seen flown cue card with unquestionable provenance. 

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson FlOWN S/HK Cue Card
$1500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Urine Disposal Bag FLOWN on Skylab
An artifact from the personal collection of Skylab Astronaut Ed Gibson



 




 


 

Offered here is a Skylab FLOWN Urine Disposal Bag. Several of these beta cloth bags were kept onboard the orbital space station.  Their purpose was to act as a repository for containers of Urine that would be disgarded. 

 

For the purpose of study, small thumb nail sized urine samples were also collected daily by each crew member and frozen. Ed  states they were affectionally known as "Urinecicles".  At the end of the mission these frozen samples were returned to earth for chemical study.

 

Besides the storage of disgarded urine, Ed explains that there was a sufficient supply of these disposal bags onboard that they were utilized by crew for storage of various other items including but not limited to those of a personal nature.

 

This particular bag (NOT used for urine) was brought back to Earth by Ed as a personal flown memento.  You'll note some address information that was added by Ed at the time to prevent it from being lost or redirected. 

 

The bag itself is quite substatial in size.  Laid flat it measures 25" x 11".  The opening measures approximately 12" x 12". 

 

Ed has signed this bag and included "Skylab III....Flown".  As mentioned some address markngs were made at or just after the flight itself. 

 

This remarkable, substantial and fully intact piece of space history will also come with a COA hand signed by Ed Gibson attesting to his ownership, it's use and it having been FLOWN..  Rarely will you come across such a sizable flown item from a Skylab mission. This bag has flown millions of miles in space onboard America's first orbital space station!!

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Urine Disposal Bag FLOWN
$SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab (SL-4) Deactivation Checklist used on the MCC Console
to close out the Skylab Orbital Space Station for it's very last time



 



 


 

This is THE ACTUAL checklist used on the Flight Director console by Neil Hutchinson as the MCC Silver Team helped the Skylab 4 astronauts execute the orbital workshop's last ever deactivation. This represented the FINAL closeout before Skylab's historic fiery rentery into the Earth's atmosphere. This is one of the most desirable Skylab MCC checklists of all. Sample scans of what lies therein are provided as you can see.  This checklist was annotated throughout by "Silver Flight".

 

Please note that the cover was reused from an eariler Skylab flight hence the sticker as shown in the scan but the contents are indeed for SL-4.  As the demand for Skylab and MCC mission utilized items growing, artifacts such as this are becoming exceedingy difficult to come by.

 

This will be accompanied by a hand signed COA from Neil Hutchison, "Silver Flight" himself. 
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection: Last Skylab Crew MCC Deactivation Checklist

$SOLD


 

 

 

Skylab Mission Report: Third Visit
JSC-08963, July 1974, TP, 337 pages
from the personal Mission Files of Eugene F. Kranz

 

 

The report constitutes the Johnson Space Center's evaluation of the third Skylab visit.  It contains the information available 90 days after the completion of that visit.  Gene has inscribed onto it's cover:

 

"From my personal mission files...Eugene F. Kranz"

 

This NASA report comes directly from Gene's personal Skylab files and as the icon of Mission Control, that makes it instantly collectible by my take.

 

#Skylab Mem - Kranz Mission Third Visit
$235

 

 

 

 

Skylab Space Station and the Comet Kohoutek
Dedicated to Ed Gibson by the Skylab Program Manager
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

 

This mounted b/w photo (trimmed) has been hand signed and inscribed by Bill Schneider, Skylab Program Manager.  He writes, "Ed, I'll bet you didn't realize you were that close to the comet!"

 

As you can see in the scan both the Comet Kohoutek and Skylab can be seen in this amazing image.  Photo measures 12.75" x 9" and is signed in black sharpie.

 

Ed writes on the reverse that this comes from his personal space collection and adds "SPT, Skylab III". It was displayed framed on his home office wall for many years until being offered for sale thru Farthest Reaches LLC. A most unusual and a highly desirable mission memento from the Astronaut himself signed by the Skylab Program Manager.

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Comet/Skylab
$275

 

 

 

Skylab Training Cue Card
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

 

"This Contingency operations cue card for the third manned Skylab mission's enviromental control system (ECS) monitoring (MON) during launch aborts which was velcroed to the Command Module center control panel in front of the Science Pilot.  This card and other abort cards provided quick access to essential steps in time- critical, safety-critical launch abort procedures.  Ed says, "Don't leave home without it!" 

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Training CC ECS-MON
$350

 

 

 

Skylab Training Cue Card
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

 

"Training cue card for the third manned Skylab launch that would be filled in using pencil as required with information from ground control before and/or after launch which was velcroed to the left side of the Command Module control panel in front of the Commander This card and other launch related cards provided quick access to essentianl data in time-critical, safety-critical launch procedures.  It enabled last minute updates to essential information."  

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Training CC Launch Abort Pad
$350

 

 

Skylab Training Cue Card
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

 

"Training cue card for the third manned Skylab procedures in response to failures during the burning of the Service Propulsion System (SPS) engine that were manifested in the Stabilization and Control System (SCS) and/or the Guidance and Navigation (G&N) system, which was velcroed to the left side of the Command Module control panel in front of the Commander. This card and other cards provided quick access to essential steps in time-critical, safety-critical thrusting procedures. Many response procedures had to be utilized quickly and this card helped ensure they were the right ones!" 

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Training CC SPS Failures
$350

 

 

 

Skylab Training Cue Card
from the Ed Gibson Collection

 

 

"Training cue card for the third manned Skylab procedures for launch abort modes I, II, III and IV, which was velcroed to the right side of the Command Module control panel in front of the Pilot.  This card and other abort cards provided quick access to essential steps in time critical, safety critical launch abort procedures.  Aborts killed us many times in simulations and these cards helped ensure we would remain alive in flight!"

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Training CC PLT Boost/Aborts
$375

 

 

 








 








Skylab Astronaut Ed Gibson's uncommon and unflown bronze Skylab 4 Robbins medal.  It is approximately 1.5" in diameter with a raised mission insignia design on the face and the reverse is engraved with the Skylab launch date of November 16, 1972 and landing date of February 8, 1974.  These medals were not issued with serial numbers. Condition is mint although the scan is imperfect. 

 

A total of 80 bronze unflown medallions were struck for Skylab 4.  Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Ed Gibson, who identifies the medal as No. 53 (Ed's internal inventory #).  This is an exceptionally rare medallion seldom if ever seen available for sale.

 

     

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Skylab 4 Bronze UF Robbins
$950

   

 

 

 








 








Skylab 4 launch badge (#651) from the personal collection of Ed Gibson who also hand signs on the reverse.as seen in the scan.  Comes with badge holder and clip as issued. ered here is a rarely seen FLOWN cue card used.

   

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Skylab 4 Launch Badge
$ASK

   

 

 

 








 








Skylab 4 Temporary Mission Decal badge (#1485) from the personal collection of Ed Gibson who also hand signs on the reverse as seen in the scan.  l

   

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Temporary Mission Decal
$ASK

   

 

 








 








Skylab 4 Firing Room Access badge (#258) from the personal collection of Ed Gibson who also hand signs on the reverse as seen in the scan.

   

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Firing Room Badge
$ASK

   

 

 

 








 








Return of the Crew of Skylab 4 "Welcome Home" issued by the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas. This come from the personal collection of Ed Gibson who also hand signs the front as seen in the scan. Comes in it's origional badge holder.

   

 

#Skylab Mem - Gibson Skylab 4 Return Badge
$ASK

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab Program : Non Mission Specific Memorabilia

 

 

Skylab Mission Report: Supplement 3
Flight Crew Contributions to the Skylab Mission
JSC-08963, Supplement 3, July 1974, TP, 32 pages
from the personal Mission Files of Eugene F. Kranz

 

 

The title of this publication says it all but perhapps Gene says it even better as he has inscribed onto it's cover:

 

"Lessons learned was the key to effective support of subsequent missions,......Eugene F. Kranz"

 

This NASA report comes directly from Gene's personal Skylab files and as the icon of Mission Control, that makes it instantly collectible by my take.

 

#Skylab Mem - Kranz Mission Report Sup. 3
$175

 

 

 

Skylab News Reference
NASA, March 1973, TP, approx.330 pages
from the personal Mission Files of Eugene F. Kranz

 

 

Created by NASA in 1973 to inform the press corps about America's first space station, this book contains chapters detailing the station's hardware and systems.  It also provides detailed information concerning flight operations, launch facilities, experiments on board, crew training, contractors and project management.  Many photographs, drawings and charts.  Gene hand writes and inscribes onto it's cover:

 

"From my Skylab mission files....Eugene F. Kranz"

 

This NASA report comes directly from Gene's personal Skylab files and as the icon of Mission Control, that makes it instantly collectible by my take.

 

#Skylab Mem - Kranz Skylab News Reference
$235

 

 

 

 

 

Skylab FLOWN Flag
from the personal collection of Charles Matthews
Project Gemini Program Manager

 

 

The Skylab FLOWN American flag that is affixed to this certificate was presented to Charles Matthews, Project Gemini Program Manager in Octover 1981.  It was presented to him by Christopher Kraft who at the time was the Director of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. Kraft has signed the certificate as seen in the scan.  The certificate itself measures 14" x 11" and has some toning and some minor dimpling from over the years. Variations in color of the certificate are from my photography not present on the item itself. 

 

This flag was flown throughout the life of Skylab from 1973 - 1974.which represents many millions of miles in space and mesures 6" x 4".  This preentation has significant historical value given it's well known owner who played a critical role in the early days of our manned space program. 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Charles Matthews Skylab FLOWN Flag
$1200

 

 

 

 

 



 
 


This very stylish Skylab mug belongs to Flight Director Neil Hutchington aka."Silver" Flight.  This mug has an artistic rendering of the orbital space station on one side with "Silver Flight" AND "Skylab" on the reverse side.  Measures 4.25" high..  

 

Very nice personal memento coming from the Flight Director's own collection and likely saw action on Neil's MCC console. Comes with a COA from Farthest Reaches.

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Skylab Mug
$225

 

 

 

 

Skylab Oxygen Tank Fragment authenticated by NASA


 

 


Custom made in a limited edition of only 600. an approximately 1" x 4" fragment of Skylab is encased within a 16" x 20" black lacquer frame accented with silver corners.  Each fragment is designated by it's own edition number that has been engraved on a black and silver plate. 

 

In addition, the official Skylab first day cover that was issued in 1974 has been hand signed by each of the three Skylab commanders, Pete Conrad, Alan Bean and Jerry Carr.  Also included in this limited edition is a letter from NASA authentiating the fragment and a letter from Pete Conrad (pre-printed) detailing the three manned mission to Skylab.

 

The fragment, first day cover, letters and plate are tiiple matted and framed to museum quality under UV glass creating a striking three dimensional shadow box effect.

 

Please note that the signature of Pete Conrad is quite faded though still visible.  Of course it could be left as is given the real appeal to this item is the exceptionally large Skylab fragment.  Still, if need be the cover could be easily replaced with another should you so choose.  This is number 26 of 600 and was produced by Out Of This World Collectibles, Inc.

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Skylab: Fragment Framed
$895

 

 

 

 






 

These photos presented to Skylab Flight Director Neil Hutchinson by the team of the High Altitude Observatory in Boulder in Colorado.  The first photo is accompanied by the letter shown on the left from R.M. MacQueen, Principal Investigtor, S-052.

 

The second photo presented to and inscribed to Neil Hutchinson with thanks by the "S-052 Experiment Team". 

 

Each photo contains informaton describing when and how it was shot. Both images measure 8"x10" and are matted to 11"x 14".  Very nice mememtos of Skylab photography that have been in the Flight Director's personal collection for many years.
 

 

#Hutchinson Collection: Skylab Photography 

$75


 

 

 

 

Skylab MFA Medallion with FLOWN Metal 
from the collecton Skylab Flight Director Neil Hutchinson

 

 

Pristine never before handled Skylab MFA Medallion and origional certificate awarding this medallion to NASA Flight Director Neil Hutchinson.  These medallions are tougher to find with certificates but to find one awarded to that mission's Flight Diretor is especially disirable.  The scan shows the medallion still inside it's glassine envelope just as it was given to Neil back in the day.  This one is a keeper.   

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Skylab MFA Medallion
$150

 

 

 

 

                           

NASA Group Achievement Award
presented to Neil Hutchinson, Flight Director
Attitude Conrtol Anomaly Team
issued at Washington, DC - October 23, 1973

 

Awarded to Neil Hutchinson, Skylab Flight Director in recognition of execptional performance and major contributions to the Skylab mission i the development and implementation of attitude and control techniques and procedures. 

 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Skylab Attitude Control Award
$250

 

 

 

 

                           

Gravity Gradient Momentum Management
of a Solar Oriented Space Vehicle
Bendix Research Laboratories, October 1970, 138 pages

 

The Skylab vehicle relied upon control moment gyros (CMGs) to maintain attitude control over the mission lifetime.  "This report describes the development and utilization of momentum management desaturation techniques that will allow the dissipation of accumulated momentum on the MCGs." 

 

This publication comes from the personal files of Skylab Flight Director Neil Hutchinson.  Great condition. 

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Gravity Gradient
$185

 

 

 

The Description of the CMG and its Application to Space Vehicle Control
Bendix Navigation & Control Division, February 20, 1967, 37 pages

 

This publication, "describes the principal of momentum exchange, the Control Moment Gyro and it's aplication to the Apollo Telescope Mount fine pointing control system.  The usable CMG Control Laws for the ATM Control System are then presented in detail along with their corresponding methods of implementation."

 

This comes from the personal files of Skylab Flight Director Neil Hutchinson. 

 

 

#Skylab Mem - Hutchinson Description of CMG
$95

 

 

 

Skylab Reference and Calendar 1972 - 1973
McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company

 

Approximately 74 pages of information about Skylab as well as a calendar for 1972, 73 and 74.  Small residue mark from a sticker on cover that is no longer attached.  Presume it was a price sticker of some sort.  Measures 3.5" x 6". 

 

#Skylab Mem - Pocket Reference
$35

 

 

Skylab; A Guidebook NASA EP-107 | Belew, Leland F.
 

 


Skylab: A Guidebook by Leland Belew & Ernst Stuhlinger
(NASA EP-107, presumed 1st edition, Soft Back, 1973, 6x9", 245 pgs), 

A pre-launch guide to the Skylab space station.  Details each mission, program history, design and operation, as well as research programs and ground based support.  Well illustrated with b&w photos and drawings.  This copy is
hand signed in pencil by Ernst Stuhlinger who in addition to being a co-author was W. Von Braun's "right hand man". 

 

#Skylab Mem - Skylab: A Guidebook
$150 SOLD

 

 

Skylab Manned Flight Awareness Medallion as above but without the certificate.  Medallion  contains medal flown on board Skylab

 

#Skylab Mem -MFA
$45

skylablifesciences.jpg (63315 bytes)

Skylab And The Life Sciences
(NASA, Feb. 1973 - 56 pgs) 

#Skylab Mem - Life Sciences
$40

Skylab and the Sun
(NASA EP-119, presumed 1st edition, Soft Back, 1973 - 50 pgs),

 
 Illus w/diagrams & photos,  A NASA Educational Publication on Skylab's investigation of the sun. Published before the mission, this is an examination of the solar studies programs, listing the instruments, crew training, and the nature of the programs themselves. Interesting and scarce.    As new condition.

 

#Skylab Mem - Skylab and the Sun
$40

Skylab Explores the Earth
(NASA, Washington, DC, 1977, 1st ed., HB, 9.5x12, 517 pgs)

 
Lavishly Illus w/diagrams & photos,  Details this major mission of Skylab - Earth observations.  Color and B/W photos throughout.  Preface by SKylab 4 CDR, Gerald Carr.  A beautiful production. 

 

 #Skylab Mem - Skylab Explores the Earth (o)
$75

Skylab's Astronomy and Space Sciences
(NASA, Washington, DC, 1978, 1st ed., HB, 9.5x12, 122 pgs)

 
Lavishly Illus w/diagrams & both color and b/w photos,  As title would indicate does an outstanding job of detailng this mission's Astronomy and Space Sciences.  Preface is written by Robert Parker, Skylab Program Scientist. 

  

#Skylab Mem - Astronomy/Space Sciences (o)
$75



 


  

 

 

 

 


3