Saturday, January 9, 2021

Cosmic Beginnings

Near where I left off yesterday in the Earth Gallery is a fragment of Moon rock, brought back from the last lunar mission of the Apollo program.


The origins of the universe at large and the solar system in particular are examined here.


Among the artifacts are meteorites.

17 comments:

  1. Space programs have always fascinated me!
    The Apollo missions have not always been successful but they were very beautiful and interesting!

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  2. Fascinating exhibit. I do enjoy these places.

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  3. I would enjoy that gallery. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Isn't space exploration fascinating? I love it.

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  5. Wonderful evolution display of 'exploration' beyond our planet ~

    Moment by moment.....

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. Fascinating is the word for this area!

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  7. Canada Arm on the ISS is genius!

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  8. Neat exhibit
    It will be fun to see a meteor on display

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  9. Space is so fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. @Ella: definitely.

    @Magiceye: I think so.

    @Nancy: that they are.

    @Denise: me too.

    @Marie: you're welcome.

    @Sharon: me too.

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  11. @Carol: thank you!

    @RedPat: it is.

    @Cloudia: I agree.

    @Maywyn: I liked these.

    @Bill: you're welcome.

    @Gemel: thank you!

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  12. Meteorites are very cool. I always look at the rocks I find anywhere. Ya never know.
    MB

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  13. I can't help but think of The Blob crashing to earth in a meteorite! Ever see that movie?

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  14. See, I have to resume my 3-D book (by Brain May) on the moon! Thank you for the reminder!

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