Bill Pogue's SL-4 flown Teleprinter Page This piece of heat sensitive paper was used aboard the United States first space station, Skylab to print uplinked instructions for the Skylab III (SL-4) crew. At the time SL-4 Pilot Bill Pogue received the Teleprinter message he signed "done" over tasks that were complete. On its reverse, using a pen (and ink) that was also flown aboard the station, SL-4 Pilot Bill Pogue certifies the paper as having flown over 100 million miles (over 4,300 orbits) between May 14, 1973 and February 8, 1974, from the day the station was launched to the day he landed. The teleprint page measures approximately 12" by 3" and is from Pogue's personal collection.
- SEIKO 6139-6005 WATER 70M RESIST- Novembre 1971 - Replica pogue's watch 6139-6005 WATER 70M RESIST March 1971
Hi Something weird came up today so hoping someone can help out. I have a 6139-6002 that has a AM bezel so I bought a original one to replace. However when the AM bezel is out, the back of the bezel looks different from the original and the original bezel could not fit the case properly. Could there be different case for different period of production? Mine is 1976. Thanks to anyone who can help me out.