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  • VONZIPPER SKYLAB, Mint

    Defy the laws of Gravity and take a moon shot in the Skylab. The Captain of the milky way, your game will orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield. A dual anti-fog lens with flow through venting gives you the wide peripheral field of vision and visual acuity every cosmonaut needs, while the thermo-polyurethane frame and triple density face foam allow the Goggle to fit in any condition, with or with out a helmet. The Skylab will take you to the moon and back at a price that science doesn't understand.

    • Color: Mint
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B06WGPLNJ5
    • UPC: 821299023118
    • Part No: GMSNLSKY - MNT

  • VONZIPPER SKYLAB, Black/Gold Chrome

    Defy the laws of Gravity and take a moon shot in the skylab. The Captain of the milky way, your game will orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield. A dual anti-fog lens with flow through venting gives you the wide peripheral field of vision and visual acuity every cosmonaut needs, while the thermo-polyurethane frame and triple density face foam allow the Goggle to fit in any condition, with or with out a helmet. The skylab will take you to the moon and back at a price that science doesn't understand.

    • Color: Black/Gold Chrome
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B06WW8DCK4
    • UPC: 821299023057
    • Part No: GMSNLSKY - BKD

  • VonZipper Skylab Lens, Black Chrome

    Dual spherical polycarbonate lens. Replacement lens specifically for Von Zipper snow goggles. Goggles are great for skiing or snowboarding.

    • Color: Black Chrome
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B007ARL7Y4
    • UPC: 821299133619
    • Part No: GMSLQSKL

  • VonZipper - Dba Skylab Ski Goggles, Black Gloss/Gold Chrome/Bonus Yellow

    Defy the laws of gravity and take a Moon shot in the Skylab. The Captain of the milky way, your game will Orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield.

    • Color: Black Gloss/Gold Chrome/Bonus Yellow
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B01IP81Q4W
    • UPC: 821299015823
    • Part No: GMSNGSKY

  • VonZipper - Dba Skylab Goggles, Black Satin/Fire Chrome

    Defy the laws of gravity and take a Moon shot in the skylab. The Captain of the milky way, your game will Orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield.

    • Color: Black Satin/Fire Chrome
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B01INPKTNQ
    • UPC: 821299015816
    • Part No: GMSNGSKY

  • VonZipper Skylab Goggles, Spoonbill Coral/Quasar Chrome

    Defy the laws of Gravity and take a moon shot in the skylab. The cap at a in of the milky way, your game will orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield. A dual anit-fog lens with flow through VENTING gives you the wide peripheral field of vision and visual acuity every cosmonaut needs, while the thermo-polyurethane frame and triple density face foam allow the Goggle to fit in any condition, with or without a helmet. The skylab will take you to the moon and back at a price that science doesn't understand.

    • Color: Spoonbill Coral/Quasar Chrome
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B00TF0MYVE
    • UPC: 821299008801
    • Part No: GMSNCSKY

  • VONZIPPER SKYLAB, Charcoal Satin-Sin

    Defy the laws of Gravity and take a moon shot in the skylab. The Captain of the milky way, your game will orbit the outer limits in this spherical space Shield. A dual anti-fog lens with flow through venting gives you the wide peripheral field of vision and visual acuity every cosmonaut needs, while the thermo-polyurethane frame and triple density face foam allow the Goggle to fit in any condition, with or with out a helmet. The skylab will take you to the moon and back at a price that science doesn't understand.

    • Color: Charcoal Satin-Sin
    • Brand: VonZipper
    • ASIN: B06WW8X9G1
    • UPC: 821299023064
    • Part No: GMSNLSKY - SIC

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    Zipper Fixer Repair Pull Tap Replacement Pants Luggage Boots Skirts, 1 (One Pull). Jumbo (Luggage)

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  • Living and Working in Space : The NASA History of Skylab

    Originally published: Washington, D.C.: Scientific and Technical Information Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Administration: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1983; in series: NASA history Series; and NASA SP; 4208. With new introd.

  • NASA Skylab Owners' Workshop Manual : 1969 to 1979 (all models) - An insight into the history, design, development and operation of the first US manned space station

    Skylab has a fascination among space professionals and enthusiasts alike and a book on the engineering and design of this space station has been argued for in blogs and chat rooms for many years. No other book has yet been published which describes the technical, design and engineering details of how Skylab was built and operated. There have been several biographies by astronauts relating their experiences on Skylab missions, but no comparable book on the technical aspects of this extraordinary programme.

  • NASA Saturn V 1967-1973 (Apollo 4 to Apollo 17 & Skylab)

    "An insight into the history, development and technology of the rocket that launched man to the Moon"--Cover.

  • Skylab Extravehicular Activity Development Report: How NASA Concepts for Skylab Spacewalks Evolved During the Development of the Space Station Program - eBook

    This official NASA internal document - converted for accurate flowing-text ebook format reproduction - provides an interesting account of the development of spacewalking concepts for the Skylab space station program. Initially, EVA was required to allow the crew to service the solar physics experiments by retrieving and replacing the film at intervals throughout the mission. Later, other experiments were added which required EVA. During the Skylab mission, EVA was used for several off-nominal tasks added after launch including the Skylab salvage operation and the observations of Comet Kohoutek. The EVA systems design changed in consonance with the changes in configuration of the orbital cluster. Three different EVA system designs were made, each reflecting the then current design concept for the cluster. Each time all design approaches to the tasks of equipment transfer and workstation location were reconsidered. Although many EVA system designs changed each time, others withstood the re-examinations and remained essentially unchanged. Thus, the iterations served to strengthen the final design. This report traces the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) role in the development of Skylab EVA systems from the earliest concepts to the final as-flown configuration. The lessons learned through design, development, and testing of the many approaches which resulted in the flexible, simple EVA system used on Skylab, are indicated.Contents: SECTION I INTRODUCTION * SECTION II BACKGROUND * A. Workshop Evolution * B. ATM Evolution * SECTION III EARLY CLUSTER CONCEPT - EVA EGRESS FROM AM * A. Cluster Configuration * B. EVA Requirements and Guidelines * C. Workstations and Canister Access * D. Transfer and Translation Concepts * SECTION IV FINAL WET WORKSHOP CONCEPT - EVA EGRESS FROM LM * A. Cluster Configuration * B. EVA Requirements and Guidelines * C. Workstations and Canister Access * D. Transfer and Translation Concepts * SECTION V DRY WORKSHOP CONCEPT - EVA EGRESS FROM AM * A. Cluster Configuration * B. EVA Requirements and Guidelines * C. Workstations and Canister Access * D. Transfer and Translation Concepts * SECTION VI CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Skylab Mission Report: First Visit - 1973 Space Station Mission by Conrad, Kerwin, Weitz - Workshop Damage and Problems, Activities, Hardware, Anomalies, Experiments, Crew Health, EVAs - eBook

    This official NASA internal document - converted for accurate flowing-text ebook format reproduction - is a comprehensive evaluation of the operational and engineering aspects of the first manned visit to the Skylab space station and includes the performance of experiment hardware that is under Johnson Space Center management; the crews evaluation of the visit; and other visit-related items of interest such as medical aspects and hardware anomalies.SKYLAB PARASOL * SCIENCE * SOLAR PHYSICS AND ASTROPHYSICS * Experiment S019 - Ultraviolet Stellar Astronomy * Experiment S020 - Ultraviolet X-Ray Solar Photography * Experiment S149 - Particle Collection * MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS * Experiment M071 - Mineral Balance * Experiment M073 - Bioassay of Body Fluids * Experiment M074/M172 Specimen and Body Mass Measurement * Experiment M078 - Bone Mineral Densitometry * Experiment M092 - Lower Body Negative Pressure * Experiment M093 - Vectorcardiogram * Hemotalogy (Experiments M111, M112, M113, M114 and M115) * Experiment M131 - Human Vestibular Function * Experiment M133 - Sleep Monitor * Experiment M151 - Time and Motion Study * Experiment M171 - Metabolic Activity * EARTH OBSERVATIONS * Experiment S190A - Multispectral Photographic Camera * Experiment S190B - Earth Terrain Camera * Experiment S191 - Visible and Infrared Spectrometer * Experiment S192 - Multispectral Scanner * Experiment S193 - Microwave Radiometer/Scatterometer/Altimeter * Experiment S194 - L-Band Radiometer * Tape Recorder * ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY * ENGINEERING * Experiment M509 - Astronaut Maneuvering Equipment * Experiment M487 - Habitability and Crew Quarters * Experiment M516 - Crew Activities/ Maintenance * TECHNOLOGY * FOOD AND MEDICAL OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT * FOOD * MEDICAL OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT * Inflight Medical Support System * Operational Bioinstrumentation System * Carbon Dioxide/Dew Point Monitor * Carbon Monoxide Sensor * Toluene Diisocyanate Monitor * COMMAND AND SERVICE MODULES * STRUCTURES AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS * THERMAL * ELECTRICAL POWER, FUEL CELLS, BATTERIES AND CYROGENIC STORAGE * Electrical Power Distribution * Fuel Cells * Cryogenic Storage * Batteries * COMMUNICATIONS AND TELEVISION * Communications * Color Television Camera * INSTRUMENTATION AND DISPLAYS * GUIDANCE, NAVIGATION AND CONTROLS SYSTEMS * PROPULSION * Service Propulsion System * Service Module Reaction Control System * Command Module Reaction Control System * ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM * SPECIAL STOWAGE * Stowage Relocations * Return Stowage * Stowage Differences * CONSUMABLES * Service Propulsion System * Reaction Control System Propellant * Cryogenic Storage System * Water