Lunar crater Tycho, first Moon rock, Moon glass
Three pictures of the Moon, from NASA Houston. One photo (cut off at 18x21 cm) shows the beautiful lunar crater Tycho, 80 km in diameter, with its characteristic central peak. Photo 2, approx. 20 x 25 cm, shows the very first moon rock to be examined in Houston after the return of Apollo 11 in 1969. This picture, 69-H-1304, was released on July 27, 1969. The rock (number 10003) is rich in iron and magnesium. The third photo (approx. 18x20 cm) shows a tiny glass ball, found in one of the samples. This picture doesn’t have text on the back. The ball is less than a millimetre in diameter.
|Member since:||June 7, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Le foto sono belle, ma speravo che fossero stampate su carta baritata.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.As written: in the tekst: these pictures are from the archives of two planetaria: The Planetarium in Moscow and the Planetarium in Amsterdam. We send you exactly what we promised! Waiting for your reaction. Thank you.
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