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See the Largest Moon Rock on Display!

The Apollo 14 Moon Rock was collected during a mission including crew members: Alan Shepard, Edgard Mitchell and Stuart Roosa.

The Apollo 14 Mission launched January 31st, 1971.

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Posted July 22, 2020
Categories: Blog, Exhibits, The Museum

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