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Performer: AC Bushnell
Title: Moon in the Trees
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Apollo 14 launched in the late afternoon of January 31, 1971 on what was to be our third trip to the lunar surface. Five days later Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell walked on the Moon while Stuart Roosa, a former . Forest Service smoke jumper, orbited above in the command module. Packed in small containers in Roosa's personal kit were hundreds of tree seeds, part of a joint NASA/USFS project. Known as the "Moon Trees", the resulting seedlings were planted throughout the United States (often as part of the nation's bicentennial in 1976) and the world. They stand as a tribute to astronaut Roosa and the Apollo program.

And Also the Trees is the debut studio album by English post-punk band And Also the Trees. It was released in February 1984 by record label Reflex. The album was recorded in September 1983 and produced by the Cure's Lol Tolhurst. Their sound stood out from that of their gothic rock peers, as it was greatly influenced by the rural surroundings of Worcestershire (the band's place of origin), poetry (on the lyrical side) and Old England. John Peel described their sound as being "too English for the English".

Moon trees are trees grown from 500 seeds taken into orbit around the Moon by Stuart Roosa during the Apollo 14 mission in 1971. As the Command Module Pilot on the Apollo 14 mission, and as he had been a smoke jumper, Roosa was contacted by Ed Cliff, who was the Chief of the Forest Service at the time, and who proposed the idea of taking the seeds along. Seeds for the experiment were chosen from five different species of trees: loblolly pine, sycamore, sweetgum, redwood, and Douglas fir.

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Moon Tree Jewelry added a new photo to the album beaded flowers and trees - in Running Springs Mountains. 12 December 2017 ·. dark pink beaded rose. Moon Tree Jewelry added a new photo to the album suncatchers - in Running Springs, California. blue crystals with silver leaves on silver wire tree and crescent moon suncatcher. 1 December 2017 ·. crystal and glass beads on silver plated wire.

A majority of moon trees were given away in 1975 to forestry organizations, and to specific states which the tree’s were compatible with. One of the most notable moon trees, a Loblolly Pine was planted at the White House. Then-president Gerald Ford said the trees were living symbols of our spectacular human and scientific achievements. Most were planted in the ., and others were gifted to different countries, like Brazil, and Japan. A famous one was planted during the 1975 bicentinnial in Philedelphia, where it still stands tall today

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The "moon trees," whose seeds circled the moon 34 times in Apollo 14 astronaut Stuart Roosa's pocket, were welcomed back to Earth with great fanfare in 1971. One was planted in Washington Square in Philadelphia as part of the 1975 bicentennial celebrations. Another took root at the White House. Then-president Gerald Ford called the trees "living symbol of our spectacular human and scientific achievements. And then, mysteriously, everyone seemed to forget about them.


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