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Skylab 4 Crew Breakfast Before Launch

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-649

16 November 1973

Pogue, Gibson and Carr enjoy breakfast for their last meal on Earth before the mission. The crew quarters personal wear surgical masks to prevent passing on any illness to the crew.

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Skylab 4 Bill Pogue At Breadfast

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-648

16 November 1973

Skylab 4 pilot Bill Pogue uses a modified hypodermic syringe to measure precise amounts of salt or sugar solution for pre-launch breakfast today in the crew quarters at the Cape. The crew will use syringes during their mission so that medical personnel on the ground can monitor their daily salt and sugar intakes.

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8.95

Skylab 4 Astronauts Suit Up For Launch

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-652

16 November 1973

Skylab 4 astronauts undergo space suit pressure checks prior to launch to the orbiting space station. Commander Carr is seen in the foreground followed by Ed Gibson in the middle with Bill Pogue in the far couch.

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8.95

Skylab 4 Astronauts Suit Up For Launch  #2

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-657

16 November 1973

Skylab 4 Commander Gerry Carr seems quite at ease and very pleased as he takes a moment to relax during suiting up operations on launch day. Behind him are his fellow crew mates Ed Gibson and Bill Pogue who are just completing final pressure checks of their space suits.

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Ed Gibson Suiting Up on Launch Day

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-655

16 November 1973

Edward G. Gibson, science pilot is seen in his full space suit during final pressure checks before his trip to the orbiting Skylab space station.

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8.95

Ed Gibson Suiting Up on Launch Day  #2

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-656

16 November 1973

Deke Slayton, Director of Flight Crew Operations, watches suit technician Walt Salyer adjust Ed Gibson's flight cap during suiting up operations for the Skylab 4 mission. Just out of view on the left is another suit technician Don McCarthy standing ready to assist when needed..

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Ed Gibson Suiting Up on Launch Day  #3

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-653

16 November 1973

Edward G. Gibson, science pilot is getting assistance from Deke Slayton and other spacesuit technicians during suiting up operations for the Skylab 4 mission. All Technicians wear surgical masks to prevent passing on any illness to the crew.

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9.95

Ed Gibson Suiting Up on Launch Day  #4

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-654

16 November 1973

Deke Slayton, Director of Flight Crew Operations, gives Skylab 4 Science Pilot Ed Gibson a reassuring pat on the head during suiting up operations for the Skylab 4 mission.

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8.95

Skylab 4 Crew Walk Out

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-650

16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 crew began their walk-out to the Astro-Van that will take them to Complex 39 where their Saturn IB on Pad B is waiting.

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8.95

Skylab 4 Crew Walk Out #2

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-651

16 November 1973

Commander Carr is just entering the Astro-Van as he and crewmates Ed Gibson, centre, and Bill Pogue depart the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building on route to Pad B of Launch Complex 39 and their waiting Saturn 1B launch vehicle.

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10.95

Skylab 4 The Night Before Launch

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73PC-666

16 November 1973

A fantastic top to bottom over-all view of the Skylab 4 Saturn 1B as seen from the Mobile Service Structure as it is rolled back. This wonderful photograph was taken the night before it launched Carr, Gibson and Pogue into Earth orbit and then to the waiting Skylab Space Station.

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9.95

Skylab 4 Saturn 1B Lift Off

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NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-647

16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 Saturn 1B space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 9:01;23 a.m., Friday, 16 November 1973. Skylab 4 is the third and last of three scheduled manned Skylab missions. In addition to the Command/Service module and its launch escape system, the Skylab 4 space vehicle consisted of the Saturn 1B first (S-1B) stage and the Saturn 1B second (S-IVB) stage.

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Skylab 4 Saturn 1B Lift Off  #2

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16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 Saturn 1B space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 9:01;23 a.m., Friday, 16 November 1973. Skylab 4 is the third and last of three scheduled manned Skylab missions. In addition to the Command/Service module and its launch escape system, the Skylab 4 space vehicle consisted of the Saturn 1B first (S-1B) stage and the Saturn 1B second (S-IVB) stage.

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Skylab 4 Lift Off

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA No.   S-73-37243

16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 Saturn 1B space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 9:01;23 a.m., Friday, 16 November 1973. Skylab 4 is the third and last of three scheduled manned Skylab missions. In addition to the Command/Service module and its launch escape system, the Skylab 4 space vehicle consisted of the Saturn 1B first (S-1B) stage and the Saturn 1B second (S-IVB) stage.

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Skylab 4 Lift Off  #3

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NASA  No. 108-KSC-73PC-660

16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 Saturn 1B space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 9:01;23 a.m., Friday, 16 November 1973. Skylab 4 is the third and last of three scheduled manned Skylab missions. In addition to the Command/Service module and its launch escape system, the Skylab 4 space vehicle consisted of the Saturn 1B first (S-1B) stage and the Saturn 1B second (S-IVB) stage.

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Skylab 4 Launch

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NASA No.  108-KSC-73PC-718

16 November 1973

The Skylab 4 Saturn 1B space vehicle is launched from Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at 9:01;23 a.m., Friday, 16 November 1973. Skylab 4 is the third and last of three scheduled manned Skylab missions. In addition to the Command/Service module and its launch escape system, the Skylab 4 space vehicle consisted of the Saturn 1B first (S-1B) stage and the Saturn 1B second (S-IVB) stage.

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Skylab 4 Clears The Tower

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-73-37245

16 November 1973

A outstanding low-angle view of the launch of the Skylab 4 Saturn 1B from Pad B of Launch Complex 39 at the Cape.

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Skylab 4 Post Launch Address

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  108-KSC-73P-658

16 November 1973

All of the 450 strong movement and privet industry teams that launched the Skylab 4 astronauts to Earth orbit listen to post-launch remarks by NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher following the successful lift off.

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Skylab 4 Post Launch Address  #2

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  73-H-1253

16 November 1973

All of the 450 strong movement and privet industry teams that launched the Skylab 4 astronauts to Earth orbit listen to post-launch remarks by NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher following the successful lift off.

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8.95

Carr And Pouge Are Passing Trash Bags

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S74-17304

November 1973

Carr and Pouge are seen passing trash bags through the trash airlock of the Orbital Workshop (OWS) of the Skylab space station in Earth orbit. The trash airlock leads to the OWS waste disposal tank. Astronaut William R. Pogue, Skylab 4 pilot, holds onto the OWS crew quarters ceiling as he prepares to jump onto the OWS airlock hatch cover to force another trash bag further down into the airlock. Astronaut Gerald P. Carr, Skylab 4 commander, is assisting. Carr is holding onto the trash bags. A third trash bag is floating in the zero-gravity environment near Pogue's right leg. The wardroom can be seen behind Pogue.

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Carr Flies The ASMU M509

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S74-17305

February 1974

Astronaut Gerald P. Carr, Skylab 4 commander, flies the M509 Astronaut Manoeuvring Equipment. Carr is strapped into the back-mounted, hand-controlled Automatically stabilized Manoeuvring Unit (ASMU). The M509 exercise was in the forward dome area of the OWS, Orbital Workshop. The dome area is about 22 feet in diameter and 19 feet form top to bottom.

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Skylab 4 EVA View Of Kohoutek

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  MSFC73-SL-7200-374

1973

Manned Space Flight Center's presentation photograph of a EVA View Of the Comet Kohoutek. 

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Skylab 4 Comet Kohoutex

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  No ID

5 January 1974

One of the major objectives of the Skylab 4 mission is to monitor the passing of the Comet Kohoutek.

This is a view of the Comet Kohoutek as seen from a NASA-JSC Aircraft Operations Earth Resources WB57 aircraft at an altitude of 60,000 feet after sunset on 5 January 1974.

Full and complete details of this operation is given on the back of the photograph.

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Final View Of The Cluster

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. SL4-143-4662

12 February 1974

This excellent view of the Skylab space station cluster in Earth orbit was taken from the Skylab 4 CSM during the final "Fly Around" before returning home. The OWS solar panel on the right side was lost on launch day of the OWS, May 14, 1973.

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Final View Of Skylab Over Earth

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. SL4-143-4706

12 February 1974

An overhead view of the Skylab space station cluster in Earth orbit as photographed from the Skylab 4 Command and Service Modules (CSM) during the final fly-around by the CSM before returning home. The space station is contrasted against a cloud-covered Earth. Note the solar shield which was deployed by the second crew of Skylab and from which a micrometeoroid shield has been missing since the cluster was launched on May 14, 1973. the OWS solar panel on the left side was also lost on workshop launch day.

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Final View Of Skylab Over Earth #2

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. SL4-143-4706

12 February 1974

An overhead view of the Skylab space station cluster in Earth orbit as photographed from the Skylab 4 Command and Service Modules (CSM) during the final fly-around by the CSM before returning home. The space station is contrasted against a cloud-covered Earth. Note the solar shield which was deployed by the second crew of Skylab and from which a micrometeoroid shield has been missing since the cluster was launched on May 14, 1973. the OWS solar panel on the left side was also lost on workshop launch day.

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Close Up View Of Skylab

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NASA  No. SL4-143-4662

12 February 1974

Close up view of Skylab space station taken from the Apollo Command Module after a third visit. The three manned crew departed 8 February 1974 leaving the Skylab in a 389 km orbit above the earth.

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Close Up View Of Skylab

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NASA  No. 79-H-51

Release Date:  9 February 1979

This photograph was released in respect of the Skylab Space Station re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.

Close up view of Skylab space station taken from the Apollo Command Module after a third visit. The three manned crew departed 8 February 1974 leaving the Skylab in a 389 km orbit above the earth.

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9.95

Skylab 4 Solar View

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-74-15696

12 February 1974

The solar disk photographed through the Skylab S082 Ultraviolet Spectrograph/Heliograph can be seen in this reproduction taken from a television transmission made by a TV camera aboard the Skylab space station in Earth orbit. The S082 experiment is located in the Apollo Telescope Mount. This spectroheliogram shows specific emission features greatly enhanced over photographs of the solar disk in white light.

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Skylab 4 Solar View  #2

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  S-74-15696

12 February 1974

Same photo as above with a smaller view of the Sun.

The solar disk photographed through the Skylab S082 Ultraviolet Spectrograph/Heliograph can be seen in this reproduction taken from a television transmission made by a TV camera aboard the Skylab space station in Earth orbit. The S082 experiment is located in the Apollo Telescope Mount. This spectroheliogram shows specific emission features greatly enhanced over photographs of the solar disk in white light.

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Skylab 4 Solar Corona

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NASA  No.  S-74-15697

12 February 1974

The solar corona and a solar prominence as seen through the White Light Coronograph, Skylab Experiment S052, on January 17, 1974. This view was reproduced from a television transmission made by a TV camera aboard the Skylab space station in Earth orbit. The bright spot is a burn in the vidicon. The solar corona is the halo around the Sun which is normally visible only at the time of solar eclipse by the Moon. The Skylab coronography uses an externally-mounted disk system which occults the brilliant solar surface while allowing the fainter radiation of the corona to enter an annulus and be photographed. A mirror system allows either TV viewing of the corona or photographic recording of the image.

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Skylab 4 View Of The Cape

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

February 1974

A wonderful view of the Cape taken by the Skylab 4 crew. You can clearly see Launch Complex 39 and the other launch areas on Missile Row.

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Skylab 4 Onboard View Of Ice Island

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NASA  No. SL4-142-4576

January 1974

An ice island in the South Atlantic Ocean, (lower right corner) as photographed with a 70mm hand-held Hasselblad camera by the crewmen of the third manned Skylab mission from their Earth-Orbiting space station. The coordinates of the island are 49 degrees south latitude and 30 degrees west longitude, in the vicinity of South Georgia Island. A 100mm lens and medium-speed Ektachrome, SO-368 film was used for this photograph.

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Skylab 4 Plankton And Falkland Current

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No. SL4-137-3721

February 1974

Plankton blooms and colour variations in the Falkland Current east of the Argentina coast in the South Atlantic Ocean as seen from the Skylab space station in Earth orbit. This current flows north and north-eastward along the Argentine coast to near 40 degrees south latitude where it meets the Brazil Current and the two swing eastward.

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Skylab 4 North Eastern Canada

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  SL4-139-4344

February 1974

North Eastern Canada, north east of Quebec City note the impact structure (lower right corner) this is the Manioouagan meteorite impact structure.

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Skylab 4 Earth Sky View #1

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NASA  No.  SL4-139-3989

February 1974

Skylab 4 Earth/Sky View.

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Skylab 4 Earth Sky View #2

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  SL4-139-3953

February 1974

Skylab 4 Earth/Sky View.

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Skylab 4 Earth Sky View #3

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NASA  No.  SL4-139-3932

February 1974

Skylab 4 Earth/Sky View.

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8.95

Skylab 4 CM Splashdown

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. 74-H-50

8 February 1974

The Command Module containing Skylab 4 Astronauts Carr, Gibson and Pogue splashed down in calm Pacific waters at 11:17 a.m. EDT on 8 February 1974, 176 statute miles southwest of San Diego, California to complete a 84-day space station mission.

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Skylab 4 CM Upside Down After Splashdown

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NASA  No. 74-H-50

8 February 1974

The Command Module containing Skylab 4 Astronauts Carr, Gibson and Pogue bobs upside down splashed moments after splashdown. Flotation bags quickly set the CM and Astronauts right side up within moments after it flipping over. The Skylab 4 spacecraft splash down occurred at 11:17 a.m. EDT on 8 February 1974, 176 statute miles southwest of San Diego, California in the Pacific Ocean to complete a 84-day space station mission.

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Skylab 4 Recovery Operations

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No. 74-H-51

8 February 1974

Navy pararrescueman jump form their helicopter during Skylab 4 recovery operaitons. Having righted itself, the Skylab 4 CM with flotation bags inflated can be seen on the left.

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Skylab 4 Recovery Operations #2

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NASA  No. 74-H-58

8 February 1979

Navy pararrescueman work to secure the flotation colours to the downed Skylab 4 spacecraft. The CM's four air bags flipped the spacecraft right side up after inflation as it flipped upside down after splashdown.

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Skylab 4 Recovery Operations #3

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NASA  No. 74-H-53

8 February 1974

The Skylab 4 Command Module with Astronauts Carr, Gibson and Pogue inside is being hoisted on board the prime recovery vessel SS New Orleans.

Splash down occurred at 11:17 a.m. EDT on 8 February 1974, 176 statute miles southwest of San Diego, California in the Pacific Ocean to complete a 84-day space station mission. This the final mission in the Skylab program was recorded as the longest space mission to date.

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Skylab 4 Recovery Personnel Enter CM

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

8 February 1974

NASA Recovery Personnel are on hand to help the Skylab 4 returning crewmen egress the Command Module after it was hoisted onboard the prime recovery vessel, USS New Orleans. The Three astronauts will be unsteady on their legs for a while as they experience Earths gravity for the first time in weeks.

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Skylab 4 Gibson Emerges From CM

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NASA  No. 74-H-56

8 February 1974

Science Pilot Ed Gibson is the first of the three astronauts to emerge from the recovered Skylab Command Module onboard the prime recovery vessel SS New Orleans. Ed was the only one of the three to arrive clean shaven.

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Skylab 4 Pogue Emerges From CM

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NASA  No. 74-H-55

8 February 1979

Skylab 4 Pilot Bill Pogue is the second of the three astronauts to emerge from the recovered Skylab Command Module onboard the prime recovery vessel SS New Orleans. After spending the longest time in space to date, Bill takes a moment to exit the spacecraft as his body is still adjusting to the gravity on Earth.

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Skylab 4 Commander Carr Emerges From CM

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NASA  No. 79-H-54

8 February 1974

As all good commanders would do, Skylab 4 Commander Gerry Carr is the last to leave the spacecraft. Gerry accepts a bit of help as he emerges from the CM as the Earth gravity is effecting his movements. Earth's gravity is something that his body has to re-adjust to after spending the longest recoded time in the weightlessness of space.

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Skylab 4 Recovery Personnel Inspect CM

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8 February 1974

NASA Recovery Personnel inspect the insides of the Skylab 4 Command Module after the crew had been extracted onboard the prime recovery vessel, USS New Orleans.

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Gerald Carr Onboard After Recovery

10  x  8  Black & White NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  74-H-61

8 February 1974

Gerald P. Carr, Skylab 4 Commander, of the third and final manned Skylab mission relaxes on the U.S.S. New Orleans, prime recovery ship for their mission, about an hour after the Command Module splashed down. Splashdown occurred in the Pacific Ocean some 176 miles southwest of San Diego, California, at 11:17 a.m. EDT, February 8, 1974.

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Bill Pogue Onboard After Recovery

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NASA  No.  74-H-60

8 February 1974

Bill Pogue relaxes on the U.S.S. New Orleans, prime recovery ship , about an hour after the Command Module splashed down. Splashdown occurred in the Pacific Ocean some 176 miles southwest of San Diego, California, at 11:17 a.m. EDT, February 8, 1974.

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Skylab 4 Crew Onboard Recovery Ship

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NASA  No.  74-HC-57

8 February 1974

The crewmen of the third and final manned Skylab mission relax on the U.S.S. New Orleans, prime recovery ship for their mission, about an hour after Command Module splashed down. Note the support crew behind the astronauts are all wearing surgical masks. This is to prevent passing on any illness to the crew.

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Skylab 4 Crew Welcomed To San Diego

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NASA  No.  74-HC-71

14 February 1974

The Skylab 4 Astronauts, Gerald Carr, Edward Gibson, and William Pogue, are shown seated aboard the recovery ship waiting for dockside ceremonies welcoming the astronauts to San Diego.

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Skylab 4 Commander Post Mission Medical

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NASA  No.  74-H-68

14 February 1974

Astronaut Gerald P. Carr, Skylab 4 commander, under medical examination after recovery.

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Skylab 4 Commander Post Mission Medical #2

10  x  8  B/W Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  74-H-69

14 February 1974

Astronaut Gerald P. Carr, Skylab 4 commander, under medical examination after recovery.

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Skylab 4 Prime Crew

10  x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  KSC-73PC-655

8 November 1973

The three members of the Skylab 4 crew are photographed standing near Pad B, Launch Complex 39, at the Cape during the pre-flight activity. They are, left to right, Gerald P. Carr, commander, Edward G. Gibson, science pilot, William R. Pogue, pilot.

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Carr Ready For Altitude Chamber Test

10  x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  KSC-73PC-486

2 August 1973

Jerry Carr is being assisted by a technician in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building during a simulated altitude chamber test.

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Commander Carr And His Gloves

10  x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  KSC-73PC-662

8 November 1973

With his spacesuit gloves in the foreground, Commander Carr undergoes a spacesuit fit and pressure check in the Operations and Checkout Building at the Cape.

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Onboard With Carr And Pogue

10  x  8  Colour NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  SL4-150-2080

January 1974

Pete Conrad and Paul Weitz enjoy a bit of horse play during their free time onboard the Skylab Cluster.

This fine borderless NASA colour photograph is in near mint condition.

 

 

 

 

 

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Skylab 4 Gibson Ready To Eat

10  x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  MSFC 7450716

January 1974

This Skylab-4 mission onboard photograph shows Astronaut Ed Gibson getting ready to prepare his meal in the crew wardroom. The tray contained heating elements for preparing the individual food packets. The food on Skylab was a great improvement over that on earlier spaceflights. It was no longer necessary to squeeze liquefied food from plastic tubes. Skylab's kitchen was so equipped that each crewman could select his own menu and prepare it to his own taste.

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Skylab 4 The Smiling Cluster

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NASA  No.  MSFC 7449835

February 1974

This image of Skylab in orbit was taken as the third crew (Skylab-4) departed the space station after 84 days in the orbiting laboratory. A smiling Skylab seemed to wink good-bye for the job well done.

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Final View Of Skylab Over Earth

10  x  8  Colour Glossy NASA Photograph

NASA  No.  SL4-143-4706 (Reissued)

February 1974

An overhead view of the Skylab space station cluster in Earth orbit as photographed from the Skylab 4 Command and Service Modules (CSM) during the final fly-around by the CSM before returning home. The space station is contrasted against a cloud-covered Earth. Note the solar shield which was deployed by the second crew of Skylab and from which a micrometeoroid shield has been missing since the cluster was launched on May 14, 1973. the OWS solar panel on the left side was also lost on workshop launch day.

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