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Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in the Same Hand

Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in the same Hand

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Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in her Hand
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Sarah Hörst, an assistant professor of planetary science at Johns Hopkins University, was recently given the opportunity to hold a Piece of the Moon and Mars in the same Hand.

Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in the same Hand
Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in her Hand
© Sarah Hörst

And she expressed her delight on Twitter as well.

The black one represents Martian meteorite, while the gray one represents the Moon rocks.

Sarah Hörst holds a Piece of the Moon and Mars in the same Hand
A Piece of the Moon and Mars in the same Hand © Sarah Hörst

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