NASA Mega-Rocket Could Lead to Skylab 2 Deep Space Station | Space.com
 NASA Mega-Rocket Could Lead to Skylab 2 Deep Space Station | Space.com
Skylab astronauts took this photograph as they approached the orbiting laboratory on the the third and final mission in November 1973.

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The Skylab II outpost would be a modified hydrogen tank from NASA's Space Launch System rocket.
                 
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