It's been more than 400 years since Galileo first observed the surface of the moon with his telescope, and more than 40 years since Neil Armstrong took his history-making first step on the moon, but the world's fascination with the moon and astronomy as a whole is far from simply notes in history books.
One of the most popular nominees for the 2011 Coin of the Year awards is this International Year of Astronomy Silver & Niobium Coin. The Austrian Mint's tribute to astronomy features an eye-catching golden yellow niobium pill - depicting the moon's surface - at the center of one side, along with a portrait of Galileo.
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