loads of moonrocks
Earth, as seen by astronauts Eugen Cernan, Ronald Evans, and Harrison Schmidt from Apollo 17.
On December 19, 1972 the astronauts of Apollo 17 landed safely in the Pacific. It was the last of the Apollo lunar manned missions.
During the mission, the astronauts collected a lunar sample which Cernan described as, “a rock composed of many fragments, of many sizes, and many shapes, probably from all parts of the Moon, perhaps billions of years old.”
Following Apollo 17’s return to Earth, President Nixon asked that fragments of the rock be sent as gifts to other nations and each U.S. state. Almost 300 “Goodwill Moon Rocks” were distributed. Many of these have gone missing and efforts continue to locate the lost Goodwill Moon Rocks.
Read this interesting article on #MoonRocks in last weeks #LAWeekly. Saying it the purest form of #MDMA out doing #Ecstacy and #Molly #LetsDoSome
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