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Marshall Space Flight Center maintained a 1G trainer during the Skylab program. Upon the completion of the manned portion of the program, the trainer was moved the the USSRC's Space Hall. However, it was eventually moved outdoors sometime before my first visit in July 2002 to make room for other exhibits.

The Orbital Workshop portion of the trainer was restored and moved into the Davidson Center in time for the USSRC's Skylab 40th anniversary commemoration in 2013.

Here we see, from left to right, the Multiple Docking Adapter/Airlock Module, the Fixed Airlock Shroud (short, black cylinder just barely peeking out), the lower part of the Orbital Workshop, the Apollo Telescope Mount, and upper part of the Orbital Workshop.

Multiple Docking Adapter, Fixed Airlock Shroud, Apollo Telescope Mount, and Orbital Workshop from the Skylab 1G trainer in the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Bone Yard
Time picture taken Fri Oct 25 16:04:33 2002
Location picture taken Bone Yard, Far West Parking Lot
U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, AL
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