Tiny fragment of Beta cloth netting, attested to as flown to the lunar surface on Apollo 16 by Florian Noller, measuring approximately .5 x .5, affixed to a limited edition color satin-finish 10 x 8 photo of the Apollo 16 landing site, with the caption: "Beta cloth netting material coated with lunar dust, flown to the lunar surface April 16th-27th 1972." Numbered and signed on the back: "Sample #98, Florian Noller." In very fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Artifact Cloud, in part: "The beta cloth netting piece attached to the photo presentation was flown to the lunar surface onboard the LM 'Orion.' Obtained directly from Apollo 16 moonwalker Charlie Duke. Lunar dust that was ubiquitous in the LM got stuck on many artifacts returned to earth by the astronauts."
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