Skylab Trivia: Week 2

This month’s trivia is all Skylab. This orbital outpost, a precursor to the International Space Station, served as a laboratory for astronauts to study the effects of microgravity on the human body and perform complex science experiments in space. Test your Skylab knowledge below and check back next week for more Skylab trivia!

The Skylab complex consisted of how many major components?

Skylab illustration Credit: NASA
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According to NASA, Skylab consisted of 4 major components: the Orbital Workshop (where the crew would live and work), the Airlock Module (for spacewalks), the Multiple Docking Adapter (for crew and cargo entry/exit), and the Apollo Telescope Mount (an astronomical observatory in space). Learn more about America's first space station in our latest Mission Monday blog post and check back next week for another trivia question!

Skylab: Week 2
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You got this week's trivia question correct! According to NASA, Skylab consisted of 4 major components: the Orbital Workshop (where the crew would live and work), the Airlock Module (for spacewalks), the Multiple Docking Adapter (for crew and cargo entry/exit), and the Apollo Telescope Mount (an astronomical observatory in space). Learn more about America's first space station in our latest Mission Monday blog post and check back next week for another trivia question!
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Skylab complex

You almost got this week's trivia question! According to NASA, Skylab consisted of 4 major components: the Orbital Workshop (where the crew would live and work), the Airlock Module (for spacewalks), the Multiple Docking Adapter (for crew and cargo entry/exit), and the Apollo Telescope Mount (an astronomical observatory in space). Learn more about America's first space station in our latest Mission Monday blog post and check back next week for another trivia question!

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