Thermometer, Ambient, Skylab

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This thermometer is part of the test equipment kit from the backup Skylab orbital workshop that is displayed in the Museum. Skylab was a U.S. space station launched into low Earth orbit in May 1973. Three different three-man crews occupied the orbital laboratory until February 1974. Skylab was equipped with several tool kits and devices for in-flight maintenance tasks, as well as scientific instruments for a variety of research projects.

NASA transferred the backup Skylab and its components to the Museum in 1975.

Transferred from NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Anne Weston

Type
INSTRUMENTS-Scientific

Materials
Stainless Steel, Glass, Aluminum, Adhesive, Ink
Dimensions
3-D: 21 x 4.3cm (8 1/4 x 1 11/16 in.)
Storage: 9 1/2in. x 3 15/16in. x 3 1/8in. (24.13 x 10 x 7.94cm)

This thermometer is part of the test equipment kit from the backup Skylab orbital workshop that is displayed in the Museum. Skylab was a U.S. space station launched into low Earth orbit in May 1973. Three different three-man crews occupied the orbital laboratory until February 1974. Skylab was equipped with several tool kits and devices for in-flight maintenance tasks, as well as scientific instruments for a variety of research projects.

NASA transferred the backup Skylab and its components to the Museum in 1975.

Transferred from NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center

Country of Origin
United States of America

Manufacturer
Anne Weston

Type
INSTRUMENTS-Scientific

Materials
Stainless Steel, Glass, Aluminum, Adhesive, Ink
Dimensions
3-D: 21 x 4.3cm (8 1/4 x 1 11/16 in.)
Storage: 9 1/2in. x 3 15/16in. x 3 1/8in. (24.13 x 10 x 7.94cm)

ID: A20110453015