Neil Armstrong’s gold moon lander reproduction has been stolen

Police are in search of the thief who stole this gold lunar lander reproduction.


Wapakoneta Police Division

American astronaut Neil Armstrong, the primary particular person to stroll on the moon, began life in Wapakoneta, Ohio. His hometown now homes the Armstrong Air & Area Museum. One in all its extra uncommon displays was a strong gold reproduction of the Lunar Tour Module, the lander that carried Armstrong to the moon’s floor in 1969. Thieves broke into the museum and made off with the mannequin on Friday. 

Well-known French jeweler Cartier made the mannequin, certainly one of three offered to every astronaut on the Apollo 11 mission. The Metropolis of Wapakoneta Police Division issued a press launch concerning the theft on Saturday, noting, “The worth of such an merchandise can’t be decided.” The police are asking for the general public’s help in monitoring down the reproduction.

The police supplied a picture of the mannequin, which reveals the painstaking element that went into creating it. The Armstrong Air & Area Museum closed briefly after the theft and issued this assertion on Fb:

“The reality is you could’t steal from a museum. Museum’s do not ‘personal’ artifacts. We’re merely vessels of the general public belief. Museums take care of and exhibit gadgets on behalf of you, the general public. Theft from a museum is a theft from all of us. 300 folks driving from throughout the nation had been robbed of their alternative to expertise the museum immediately. For day by day that an merchandise is lacking, we’re all robbed of a possibility to take pleasure in it and our historical past.” 

The Ohio Historical past Connection, the museum’s guardian group, is the proprietor of the lander reproduction.

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