Globe of the moon

Moon – the most accurate lunar globe

Our moon is also thought of as a grey satellite, subordinate to our blue home world, here on Earth. But there’s another perspective: the Earth and the moon are two planets in a binary system, with the blue planet being just four times the size of the grey one.
The six Apollo landing sites are depicted as gold dots on this limited edition lunar globe from The Al Worden Collection. The porcelain globe is housed in a 1592 Molyneux globe-inspired intricately etched acrylic case. Simply excellent.
The Little Globe Co’s fine lunar globes continue the 17th-century tradition of pocket globes. You can get them with an acrylic base or an oak pocket case with a celestial interior for the full 17th-century experience.

Moon globe

How Does It Work? Each globe blends vibrant artwork with our proprietary technology to create a smooth rotation without the use of batteries or unsightly cords. The earth’s magnetic field provides the requisite torque, while hidden solar cells use ambient natural or artificial light for electricity. These components work together to power a ‘whisper-quiet’ mechanism that allows the globe to spin within its transparent outer shell. Each piece is carefully constructed to the point that the inner and outer layers appear to be one, rotating independently of any external power source. Garantie MOVA Globes are meticulously handcrafted from the finest materials. When treated with care, every MOVA Globe is guaranteed to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.

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Fresh Ringgold, Pennsylvania, USA

Very realistic moon globe and globe of the earth

A classic Moon Globe from the 1960s. Look at the level of detail in this globe; it was developed by Rand-masters. Mcnally’s It’s still got a lot of color and… The seams tend to be in excellent condition; usually, seam wear or discoloration can be observed. The original range finder was still in operation, as was the original Lucite base. With the exception of photo #3, which has a tiny nick (must have been a Russian spacecraft landing), it is in excellent condition. If you have any questions, please ask. I will be selling a great range of Modern Items from the 1950s and 1960s, so be sure to check out my other auctions!
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Bonus Enterprises Inc. Apollo Moon Flights Globe 1970 Totally special. Just opened to take pictures and double-check the contents Shipping is free within the United States through USPS. The item displayed in the images is the one that is for sale.
Replogle Globes Division Meridith Company Authentic Six Inch Model 1:22.809,600 or 1 inch=360 Statute Miles The MOON. Replogle Globes Division Meridith Company Authentic Six Inch Model 1:22.809,600 or 1 inch=360 Statute Miles Detail from the outskirts, based on real images. Built in the United States of America. Sites with Manned Landing Craft 2nd touchdown site for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969. On a base is a detailed metal globe. Model from the 1960s Excellent condition. There are no noticeable losses. What a cool globe!

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The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter provided images for this custom-made 12″ injection-molded desktop globe (LRO). The single-seam globe has 1,473 marked and numbered features, as well as a transparent acrylic base and an informative flyer.
Just a decade ago, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, perhaps the most effective robotic lunar explorer in human spaceflight history (LRO). LRO has now established itself as one of NASA’s most successful missions to date. The craft has not only created a detailed map of the Moon’s surface, with over 98 percent coverage, but it has also made a slew of scientific observations that will educate and encourage lunar observation and exploration for years to come.
The majority of the LRO’s seven main instruments were created to put the lunar surface into clearer focus than it had ever been before. LRO travels around the Moon’s poles many times a day, studying the surface in a variety of wavelengths, including infrared, ultraviolet, and optical. These findings have uncovered a plethora of interesting locations ripe for human exploration in the future.