Yes, really. At the NASA visitor center, they have an exhibit of moon
rocks brought back by the Apollo missions. One of them is epoxied into a
clear plastic container with a slot for visitor's hands, so we can touch
the rock. So I did. This was during our visit to Texas in late February,
just before the pandemic hit the U.S. and the lockdown was imposed.
Anyway, I did the best I could with the plastic barriers. Quite a
thrill to actually touch a piece of the moon.
For the geologically inclined, here are several more moon rocks. The
first one looks like very old meat loaf in cross-section...
Olympus E-M5 and Panasonic 20/1.7. Enjoy!
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/