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Submission + - Moon Dust Back In NASA's Hands (ibtimes.com)

gabbo529 writes: "It's only a speck but some moon dust from the original Apollo 11 mission is back in NASA's hands. The speck of moon dust was only one-eighth of an inch (3 millimeters) wide and was attached to a transparent piece of tape. To an auction house in St. Louis it was worth between $1,000 and $1,500. However, NASA got wind of the dust and was able to get it back."
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Moon Dust Back In NASA's Hands

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