Moon rock hung on ex-governor’s wall for 35 years

John Vanderhoof, the governor of Colorado from 1973 to 1975, holds a plaque with a crystal ball containing a moon rock in the office of his Grand Junction home Tuesday. Vanderhoof has had the plaque since it was presented to him decades ago.



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John Vanderhoof, the governor of Colorado from 1973 to 1975, holds a plaque with a crystal ball containing a moon rock in the office of his Grand Junction home Tuesday. Vanderhoof has had the plaque since it was presented to him decades ago.

Former Gov. John Vanderhoof has one of Colorado’s moon rocks. It’s been hanging for years on his office wall. The rock, encased in plastic, was taken from the Taurus Littrow…




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