NASA's Apollo 11 astronauts honored in... a butter sculpture
Astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins look just as legendary carved in butter at the Ohio State Fair.
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"Ohio also has a special connection to that day, as one of our own took the first ever steps on the surface of the moon," Jenny Hubble, senior vice president of communications for the American Dairy Association Mideast, said in a statement.
Not to be outdone by the humans, there are also the traditional butter sculptures of a cow and her calf in the display. Both the cow and calf are wearing ear tags with the word "Apollo" written on them.
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It took 2,200 pounds (998 kilograms) of butter donated by dairy farmers. Steel frames support the weight of the butter.