Borrow the Moon: STFC Lunar Samples & Meteorites Loan Scheme
Issue 252 | Page 12 | Published May 2013
Why and how to borrow the Moon. The Apollo missions brought back 382kg of Moon rock. The financial cost of getting these rocks was historically eye-watering so, understandably, NASA is choosy about who gets to play with them. Luckily some have been set aside for loan to schools and the public.
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