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19 Results for SKYLAB

14 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences). See the dictionary definition.

Friday, July 7, 201722ANASA project launched in 1973Andy Kravis
Friday, August 7, 20156DThe orbital workshop was its largest componentPeter Wentz
Saturday, May 9, 201550AIt burned and crashed in 1979Kristian House
Tuesday, March 3, 20159DSpace station that crashed in 1979Kristian House
Thursday, September 20, 201241ACrasher of 1979John R. Conrad
Thursday, June 17, 20105D1973 NASA launch (3)Corey Rubin
Sunday, April 18, 201021D1973 NASA launch (3)Randolph Ross
Monday, June 21, 200432DBygone space stationCraig Kasper
Wednesday, July 23, 20039D1970's space stationEd Early
Tuesday, July 30, 200224DFirst U.S. space station (2)Sherry O. Blackard
Tuesday, February 24, 19989D1973 NASA launch (3)Bill Ballard
Wednesday, July 16, 199710DFirst U.S. space station (2)Jonathan Schmalzbach
Saturday, March 25, 19955DLaunch 5/25/73Walter Webb
Wednesday, September 21, 19949DIt fell in 1979Trip Payne

5 results for SKYLAB from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Thursday, April 23, 19929DSpace stationBetty HinmanMaleska
Friday, June 7, 19919DSpace stationBetty HinmanMaleska
Sunday, August 17, 198618DAstronauts' workshopAlfio MicciMaleska
Tuesday, November 9, 197635DNASA projectFincusWeng
Tuesday, December 16, 19755DLofty test areaJack PhilbrickWeng

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