Appollo 15 Finds Rock from the Birth of the Moon Thimble

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In August 1971 during a twelve day mission to the moon, Apollo 15 astronauts James Irwin and David Scott, retrieved a sample of Moon rock known as The Genesis Rock. The rock was formed in the early stages of the solar system, at least 4 billion years ago. It was recovered in a crater of the moon, near other rocks of its kind. The rock is currently stored at the Lunar Sample Laboratory Facility in Houston, Texas.

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In August 1971 during a twelve day mission to the moon, Apollo 15 astronauts James Irwin and David Scott, retrieved a sample of Moon rock known as The Genesis Rock. The rock was formed in the early stages of the solar system, at least 4 billion years ago. It was recovered in a crater of the moon, near other rocks of its kind. The rock is currently stored at the Lunar Sample Laboratory Facility in Houston, Texas.