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Date: 25 February 2018
Apollo Telescope Mount  

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Technical information and mission patches from the Naval Research Laboratory.

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SKYLAB and the attached Apollo Telescope Mount (ATM) were launched into near earth orbit by a Saturn V rocket on 14 May 1973. The Apollo Telescope Mount (ATM) contained two NRL ultraviolet instruments for photographing the Sun and its spectra. The following extracts of papers by Jack Eddy and Richard Tousey describe the SKYLAB mission, Apollo Telescope Mount and the two NRL instruments. Further information of these subjects and the other scientific instruments can be found in a special issue of Applied Optics, Volume 16, No. 4, April 1977. ... more

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