lunar rock

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lunar rock

[′lü·nər ′räk]
(astronomy)
Rock found on the moon.
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But, when I looked at the foot of the spec sheet, the only extra I read was the Moon Rock pearl paint at about PS600.
Woman saved from blazing bedroom, Moon rocks going on display, cockroach in the curry, and much more made the news 45 years ago this week Woman drags invalid from blazing room A young Cardiff mother fought her way into the blazing bedroom of a house today to rescue an elderly, bedridden neighbour.
Earlier analyses had shown Moon rock to have originated entirely from the Earth whereas computer simulations had shown that the Moon ought to have been mostly derived from Theia.
But so valuable are the irreplaceable chunks of moon rock that the media was banned from reporting their week long visit until they were safely back under lock and key in the Science Council's vaults.
Ireland's Apollo 11 moon rock is currently known to be somewhere at the bottom of a rubbish dump after it was thrown out with the rest of the debris after a fire at a Dublin observatory.
Many of the moon rocks have been returned to their rightful countries over the course of time, such as the more recent case of the Nicaragua Apollo 11 moon rock found in the hands of a Las Vegas casino mogul.
Touch a moon rock, marvel at the Hope Diamond, view Dorothy's Ruby Red slippers, or explore Native American culture at the Smithsonian Institution's 15 Washington, DC, area facilities.
The Washington cathedral includes the famous stained glass Space Window, housing a moon rock brought back by Armstrong and fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin from their Apollo 11 mission.
Some sceptics were only convinced when the moon rock was brought back to earth, sliced and found to have 'the moon' written all the way through it.
She was promising the moon but the US woman who tried to sell a rare piece of moon rock for $1.
The exhibition, by Hagen Betzwieser and Susan Corke, runs until February Code: ph151211 moon-4 LIPA graduate Stephanie Pitcher harvests moon rock at the FACT exhibition Pictures: PAUL HEAPS/ ph151211moon-1
By nonsense I mean not just the silly and absurd, although there's plenty of that: terrorist monkeys who seek to conquer the world; mummies who nocturnally roam the Smithsonian, looking for an exit; a talking moon rock who gives questionable advice.