The Ohio State Fair adorns its visitors with a series of sculptures celebrating the Great Jubilee of the Moon Landing 50 years ago.
The sculptures come from the Apollo 11 moon crew – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins – as well as a separate buttery interpretation of Armstrong in his space suit by the lunar lander Eagle. In addition to the Apollo 11 patch is also a butter cow and a calf. The production of butter required more than 2,200 pounds (1,000 kilograms).
"Those who remember the moon landing often remember exactly where they were and how they felt, and the 50th anniversary is the perfect time to pay tribute to this amazing event and share it Excitement with a new generation, "said Jenny Hubble, senior vice president of communications at the American Dairy Association Mideast, in a statement.
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