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Lunokhod-1 Model
Estimate
2,0003,000
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62
Lunokhod-1 Model
Estimate
2,0003,000
JUMP TO LOT

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Lunokhod-1 Model
Approximately 1:15 scale model, 2¼ inches tall (not including antenna) by 4½ inches long, metal and painted resin with fully directional antenna, and eight moving wheels. Displayed on 13 by 9 inch painted resin model lunar surface on wood base. 
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Catalogue Note

Lunokhod-1 was one of two unmanned lunar rovers successfully sent to the moon by the Soviet Union as part of their Lunokhod Programme. Lunokhod-1 was deposited on the lunar surface by the Luna 17 Spacecraft in November 1970, becoming the first remote controlled rover to operate beyond earth. The rover was about 7 feet long and 4 feet tall, and was comprised of a tub-like compartment with a large convex lid on eight independently powered wheels, and a set of solar-powered scientific instruments. 

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