Apollo 15 Lunar Rock Particle

Actual Particle of Lunar Rock from the Hadley-Apennines
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This 2 x 1.2 mm particle of lunar rock, came from the Apollo 15 landing site, Hadley–Apennine which was visited by Dave Scott and Jim Irwin from July 30 to August 2 1971

The Particle originated from the interior of a Beta Cloth Temporary Stowage Bag which was flown in the Apollo 15 Command Module 'Endeavour' and used by Commander Dave Scott to hold various items after re-docking from the lunar surface where it became contaminated with lunar dust and small lunar particles.

After its recovery, the bag was removed from the spacecraft by engineers working for North American Rockwell, as is indicated by a parts removal tag, and it was released for sale at the October 2000 Superior Galleries Space Auction

The bag was won by Florian Noller who then transferred some of the particles to M J Davies of Historic Space

The particle is housed in a circular metal container which is 1.5 inch diameter.

Comes with M J Davies (Historic Space) COA

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