Fragments of the moon's surface have gone on show at a Merseyside visitor attraction.
The moon rocks, which are on loan from NASA, were unveiled at Spaceport, based at Seacombe Ferry Terminal, as part of the exhibit "One Small Step".
The exhibition opened to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the moon landing.
The lunar rocks were brought back to Earth as part of an Apollo mission and have been preserved in a special acrylic material called Lucite.
Denis Knowles, a Seacombe councillor and member of Merseytravel's Integrated Transport Authority, said the exhibit was a coup for Spaceport.
"It has been designed to capture a magical moment in time that will never be forgotten," said Mr Knowles.
In addition to the moon fragments, the exhibition shows images, film and detailed models of the landmark stages that led to the moon landing on 20 July 1969.