Group of two NASA photographs and one lunar meteorite specimen:
One photo depicting a LVA/EVA (the Lunar Roving Vehicle) training wearing their complete Extravehicular Mobility Unites (EMU). Astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin are driving the vehicle. Serial number S-71-37219. The photograph has "A KODAK PAPER" watermark.
One photo depicting a closeup view or "mug shot" of Apollo lunar sample No. 60016, a typical example of the "White breccia" called out by the crew during all three of their periods of extravehicular activity (EVA). It was brought back during their Apollo 16 mission in 1972.
One lunar meteorite sample, from meteorite NWA 11788. Discovered in Northwest Africa in the Sahara Desert in 2017. It is a light gray feldspathic-breccia achondrite, similar in composition to Apollo 16 rocks. This sample weighs approx. 12 mg.
Moon; unframed; height: 6 1/4 in x width: 8 1/4 in. Framed; height: 13 in x width: 16 in. Lunar sample; diameter: 1/8 in. Astronaut; height: 8 in x width: 10 in.
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