The above image shows Skylab 460 km above the Earth, with the Texas coast and the Gulf of Mexico in the background. Skylab was America's first experimental space station, launched in May 1973 and crewed by astronaut teams three times from May 1973 to February 1974. Visible are the solar telescope with its four solar arrays at the top; the cylindrical living/working area at the bottom (a converted Saturn V third stage) with one solar array on the right; and the two yellow sunshields/sunshades deployed on the first and third manned missions to Skylab. This view represents its configuration and orientation in fall 1974, after the last manned mission.
The Skylab model was built from NASA images and documents. The Earth image is a NASA image taken by astronaut Scott Kelly on 15 June 2015 from the International Space Station (link).