Skylab 4 was the third and final mission of NASA's short-lived Skylab program. For good reason: in December of 1973, the crew of Skylab 4 staged a day-long mutiny.
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Why Did the Skylab 4 Crew Stage a Mutiny in Orbit?
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Planned to last 84 days, Skylab 4 was the longest Skylab mission and NASA's longest mission to date. 00:19
Mission Control pushed the Skylab 4 team to work through meal times in order to stay on schedule. 00:51
After their mutiny, none of the astronauts who were on the Skylab 4 mission ever went back to space. 01:59
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