Celestial treat awaits Kathmanduites
Kathmanduites are in for a real celestial treat as a rock from the moon is going to be put on display at the Birendra International Convention Centre (BICC) at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu from August 29.
Chairman of the Everest Science Centre at Amahibelha, Dr. Dilip Adhikari, told RSS that the stone named Meyer Basalt is going to be exhibited at the Birendra International Convention Centre (BICC) at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu.
The stone weighing 20 grams is supposed to be billions of years old. The rock is being exhibited at the Centre in Sunsari from August 4. The stone was provided to Nepal by US space agency, NASA, according to the RSS report. nepalnews.com