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Skylab

[ skahy-lab ]
/ ˈskaɪˌlæb /
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noun

a U.S. earth-orbiting space station that was periodically staffed by three separate crews of astronauts and remained in orbit 1973–79.

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British Dictionary definitions for Skylab

Skylab
/ (ˈskaɪˌlæb) /

noun

a US space station launched in May 1973 into an orbit inclined at 50° to the equatorial plane at a mean altitude of 430 kilometres (270 miles), the astronauts working there under conditions of zero gravity. It disintegrated, unmanned, in 1979, with some parts landing in the outback of Australia
C20: from sky + lab (oratory)
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