[nobe-l] Where can I Find Earth of Moon Globes

Kendra Schaber redwing731 at gmail.com
Thu May 3 06:50:59 UTC 2018

Hi Tina and all! 
 I wonder if the science and engineering list would know where to find a moon globe? I think they might know. Science and geography are the two best places to start hunting for unusual globes. 

Blessed be!!! 
Kendra Schaber, 
Citizen Phenologist, 
Aspiring climatology Student; 
Preparing to attend Chemeketa Community College for a transfer degree with a climatology degree at Oregon State University,  
National Federation of the Blind, 
Capitol Chapter, 
Salem, Oregon.  
"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear" Author Unknown. 

> On May 2, 2018, at 23:44, Tina Hansen via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> For next year's BELL program, a friend and I want to do something around the
> 50th anniversary of Apollo 11. I have been able to find a model of the
> command and lunar modules, both separate and together. However, I'm not sure
> where to find an earth globe or moon globe. I know there are some earth
> globs out there, but I'm not sure which one is the most accessible.
> As for moon globes, I'm stumped. The best things I can find are moon balls.
> These are fun and I might buy one for either myself and/or as a give-away to
> the students, but I'd like a moon globe so students can see where Apollo 11
> landed. If we can't find something, we'll need to get it 3-d printed. Any
> ideas on where I might find something would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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