Minnesota National Guard adds piece to NASA puzzle [Image 1 of 8]
ST. PAUL, MN, UNITED STATES
A small part of the moon can now be found at the Minnesota Historical Society's Minnesota History Center in St. Paul, Minn., thanks to the Minnesota National Guard. The Minnesota State Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Richard Nash transferred possession of a wooden podium with moon rocks and a small Minnesota flag, that flew to the moon in 1969, encased in acrylic to Pat Gaarder, Minnesota Historical Society deputy director, Nov. 28. SA group of students from Jefferson Elementary, Maternity of Mary St. Andrew and Saint Rose of Lima elementary schools from the Minneapolis and St. Paul area where in attendance and had a once in a lifetime chance to look at and touch the plaque. (Photo by Army Sgt. John Angelo, Minnesota National Guard)
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