A collection of memorabilia from NASA's Skylab Medical Experiments Altitude Test (SMEAT), including:
Harold Hill's SMEAT NASA badge with original SMEAT logo decal and Team Member decal
Original 4˙ SMEAT embroidered patch with the 7.5˙x3.75˙ presentation card it accompanied; the card (with the printed signature of the Skylab Program Manager) describes the patch as a ˙reminder to everyone associated with the program that you are a significant part of the MSC team...˙
A hardcover copy of NASA TMX-58115 ˙Skylab Medical Experiments Altitude Test (SMEAT)˙ published in October 1973
SMEAT logo decal with original backing and two SMEAT Team Member decals with original backing (not pictured)
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Harold H. Hill was a biomedical administrator at NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center/Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas until he retired in 1982 with more than 20 years of service. During the Gemini and Apollo programs, Hill was responsible for overseeing the transfer and setup of medical supplies between NASA facilities, including the prime recovery ships used to rescue the astronauts and their spacecraft from the ocean after splashdown. In November 2002, Harold Hill passed away at age 84.
collectSPACE is honored to present for sale memorabilia and autographs collected by Harold Hill during his career on the behalf of his family.