SP-404 Skylab's Astronomy and Space Sciences

Figure 2-23. (top left) Large Magellanic Cloud: red-light photograph (effective wavelength 6500Å) taken from the Earth.

Figure 2-25. (top, right) Large Magellanic Cloud: ultraviolet photograph taken during Skylab's S019 stellar astronomy experiment (no-prism mode, effective wavelength ~2500Å)

Figure 2-23. (top left) Large Magellanic Cloud: red-light photograph (effective wavelength 6500Å) taken from the Earth.

Figure 2-24. (bottom, left) Large Magellanic Cloud: far-ultraviolet photograph (effective wavelength 1400Å) taken from the surface of the Moon with the electrographic camera (Apollo 16 mission.)

Figure 2-25. (top, right) Large Magellanic Cloud: ultraviolet photograph taken during Skylab's S019 stellar astronomy experiment (no-prism mode, effective wavelength ~2500Å)

Figure 2-26. (bottom, right) Large Magellanic Cloud: ultraviolet photograph (effective wavelength 2574Å) taken by the 16mm Schmidt-Cassegrain camera system during Skylab's S183 ultraviolet panorama experiment.

Figure 2-24. (bottom, left) Large Magellanic Cloud: far-ultraviolet photograph (effective wavelength 1400Å) taken from the surface of the Moon with the electrographic camera (Apollo 16 mission.)

Figure 2-26. (bottom, right) Large Magellanic Cloud: ultraviolet photograph (effective wavelength 2574Å) taken by the 16mm Schmidt-Cassegrain camera system during Skylab's S183 ultraviolet panorama experiment.

 

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