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    SKYLAB I

    Charles Conrad Typed Letter Signed Regarding Skylab Assignment. A 5.25" x 8" one page letter on NASA letterhead, February 1972, Houston, Texas. It reads, in full: "Many thanks for your thoughtfulness in extending congratulations upon the Skylab assignment. Naturally, I am quite pleased, and all of us are glad to get the new program officially launched. With kindest regards. Sincerely [signed] Charles Conrad Jr..." Conrad, a veteran astronaut of three flights, Gemini 5, Gemini 11, and Apollo 12 (where he walked on the moon) would have to wait more than a year before the May 25, 1973, launch of Skylab I (SL-2) in which he would spend twenty-six days docked to the Skylab space station. Excellent.

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