"Each ‘goodwill moon rock’ was encased in a lucite ball and mounted on a wooden plaque with the recipient nations’ flag attached."

This is a tragedy, but I’ll be damned if hunting for these moon rocks isn’t gonna be part of my retirement plan. Can you imagine the fun and the muck. I’m not doing the Ireland dumpster dive bit though. *grin
(via BBC News - What has happened to Nasa’s missing moon rocks?)

"Each ‘goodwill moon rock’ was encased in a lucite ball and mounted on a wooden plaque with the recipient nations’ flag attached."

This is a tragedy, but I’ll be damned if hunting for these moon rocks isn’t gonna be part of my retirement plan. Can you imagine the fun and the muck. I’m not doing the Ireland dumpster dive bit though. *grin

(via BBC News - What has happened to Nasa’s missing moon rocks?)

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    This story from BBC News about NASA’s missing moon rocks is absolutely tragic. Accidents do happen but people losing and...
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