Vintage 12″ diameter lunar globe by Replogle reproducing the moon at a scale of 180 miles per inch, fixed upon a plastic base by Farquhar Transparent Globes. The base names the phases of moon— "New Moon," "Waxing Crescent," "First Quarter," "Waxing Gibbous," "Full Moon," "Waning Gibbous," "Third Quarter," and "Waning Crescent"—and bears a copyright date of 1971. The globe has a translucent dark overlay that rotates to represent the various phases. In fine condition, with an area of old adhesive residue to the base.
Provenance: The Spaceflight America Museum and Science Center in Prince Frederick, MD.
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