A Launch Vehicle Digital Computer from Apollo. Buried inside are magnetic core memory boards. This module holds 114k bits (14 planes with a 128 x 64 fabric of ferrite donuts), Jurvetson says.
He adds: "More interesting still is the ghost in the machine. The magnetic cores within still hold whatever program they had when powered down. Since there are no tapes or archives of the code, it is possible that the only remaining copy of the Saturn V flight program is in cores like this. I have the load/write boards, and they look very wonky. If you know of any living domain expert on this system, please point them my way." (from his Flickr archive)
"Furby had more compute power," Jurvetson says.
For more about the LVDC, see Spaceaholic.