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Samples of Moon Rock brought back to earth by the American Apollo 11 Astronauts last July is on public view in the

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Samples of Moon Rock brought back to earth by the American Apollo 11 Astronauts last July is on public view in the Geological Museum from Saturday 27th December until Saturday, 3rd January 1970. Centre piece of the exhibit is one of six special display units prepared by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington for world wide circulation. A large fragment of moon-rock formed by cooling and crystallization from a hot melt more than 3,000,000,000 years ago - is drammatically spotlit within a 3 ft. diameter plexiglass sphere. December 1969 Z12422-001

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Color Black & White
Keywords Space Exploration,Display,Rock,Moon,1960s,1970s
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