A 1.5 inch by 1.5 inch (3.8 cm by 3.8 cm) microfilm Bible which can be read with the help of a microscope is seen in an undated handout picture from Heritage Auctions. REUTERS/Heritage Auctions/Handout
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A microfilm Bible regarded as one of the rarest "books" on earth, after flying around the moon once with Apollo 13 and later landing on the moon's surface with Apollo 14, sold at an auction of space memorabilia in Dallas on Wednesday for $75,000 .The 1.5 inch by 1.5 inch (3.8 cms by 3.8 cms) "Lunar Bible," which can be read with a microscope, is one of 12 complete Bibles that remain from a collection of 100 Bibles which made it to the moon's surface with astronaut Edgar Mitchell in 1971 .
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