Microscopic fragments from the Apollo 11 lunar sample head on sale

Microscopic pieces of the moon found in a bag used to protect the moon sample collected by an astronaut on his way to the sale after it was released from the property. or NASA.

Bonhams announced Monday (March 28) that its purchase of Space History will be “the first lunar specimen collected by man.” The lottery will provide five scanning electron microscope (SEM) aluminum sample stubs, four of which are said to be elevated by fragments from the first lunar sample that Neil Armstrong collected shortly after he became a human. first to go on the moon in July 1969.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.