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Title: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:16 PM
Another Skylab clip from the BBC Archive

Scroll down the page as after screenshots from each video, more video links follow.

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All videos credit: NASA, RIA, MSN Groups(Space Cowboy). BBC Archives
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:17 PM
Screenshots from Video 1
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:17 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:19 PM
Video 2:

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:25 PM
Video 2 screenshots:
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:26 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:27 PM
Video 3

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:30 PM
Video 3 screenshots
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:31 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:33 PM
Video 4

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:36 PM
Video 4 screenshots:
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:37 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:38 PM
Video 5 (Sorry, this was a bad link to the server. Fixed now)

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:42 PM
Video 5 screenshots:
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:43 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:45 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:46 PM
Video 6

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:49 PM
Video 6 screenshots:
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:50 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:52 PM
Video 7

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Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:57 PM
Video 7 screenshots: (there's probably more video in this new archive we have now - but that'll do for now before I crack up ;) )
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 06:59 PM
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Matty Picard on 08/24/2005 07:10 PM
Wow wow and wow! this is superb!!
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: FransonUK on 08/24/2005 07:41 PM
I have a question. It looks really big inside compared to the ISS. How did they get the modules up? I just see launches of the crew I think? What launches the big modules?
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: NASA_Twix_JSC on 08/24/2005 08:27 PM
Very interesting to see MCC back in the day!
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Jason Sole on 08/24/2005 08:31 PM
I belive the modules went up with the Saturns!
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: nacnud on 08/24/2005 08:34 PM
What launched it?

A Saturn V!!!

The inside of the skylab is basicaly the third stage (S-IVB stage) of the saturn V launcher refitted as a space station. Where the astronauts live is the hydrogen tank. The solar observatory is derived fron the luna decent module and the oxygen tank of the S-IVB stage was used for waste. The docking module was custom built IIRC.

See more here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skylab_1)


Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 08/24/2005 09:13 PM
Video 5 should be working now (I put in the wrong pointer to the server, oops  :o )
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Arobie on 08/24/2005 09:15 PM
Wow! I loved all those videos!

Thank You!

And thanks Nacnud for the explanation on the skylab.
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: WARPed on 08/27/2005 10:40 AM
Excellent videos.  I had no idea that is was so large.  Thanks for posting them.

Another site with Skylab info:

http://www-pao.ksc.nasa.gov/kscpao/history/skylab/skylab.htm
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: AndyMc on 08/27/2005 04:21 PM
Hi,

Theres a second Skylab module at the Smithsonian. Never launched it was used for training.

http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/ftp/IMAGES/aviation/smithsonian/skylab.gif

http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/ftp/IMAGES/aviation/smithsonian/skylb1.gif

http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/ftp/IMAGES/aviation/smithsonian/skylb2.gif

http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/ftp/IMAGES/aviation/smithsonian/skylb3.gif

http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/ftp/IMAGES/aviation/smithsonian/skylb4.gif

Do a google for 'skylab smithsonian' in images


Edit

Also http://ham.dropbear.id.au/photos/america03/rockets.jpg
Title: RE: The Skylab collection
Post by: Chris Bergin on 10/15/2005 08:01 AM
Another Skylab clip from the BBC Archive

CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO DOWNLOAD (http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/_docs/skylab.qt)