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English: Skylab Rescue was the designation given to two standby missions during the Skylab program. Saturn IB rocket SA-208 was the rescue standby for Skylab 3, and later launched Skylab 4. SA-209 was the rescue standby for Skylab 4 and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, and was intended to launch the cancelled Skylab 5; this Saturn now resides in the rocket garden at Kennedy Space Center.
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- Artist concept illustrating of Skylab Rescue Command Module.jpg 4,187 × 2,877; 2.74 MB
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