Scan globes, based on NASA pictures
Three light metal globes, which are almost fifty years old, but in good condition: the moon, the stars and Mars, all three with a 15 centimetre diameter and in good plastic stands, in which they can turn. The globes were made in Denmark by Scan Globe around 1968 and based on NASA photos. The hitherto performed hard and soft landings of Russian and American robots are indicated on the moon globe. Also the far side of the Moon is pictured. This is the part that is not visible from Earth and was photographed for the first time by the Russian Luna-3 in 1959.
In particular, the Mars globe is a rare globe that you barely come across anymore.
Dimensions: Diameter 15 cm, height: 18 cm
The globes are in a good condition (see photos), the moon and the stars do have some small dents, however, they are not disturbing (see photos).
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