Lunar globe

Made:
1961-1964 in Moscow

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Lunar globe, 10-inch diameter, Russian, 1961-64. Shows features not seen before on the normally hidden far side of moon. Scale 1:13 600 000. Prepared by P. K. Shternberg, State Astronomical Institute, Moscow, Soviet Union (Russia).

Details

Category:
Astronomy
Materials:
bakelite, paper (fibre product), plaster, steel (metal) and wood (unidentified)
Identifier:
1964-119
type:
moon globes
credit:
Automative and Scientific Equipment Limited