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NASA studying 'untouched' moon rocks from '70s

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 13 March 2019
NASA is taking a closer look at moon rock samples gathered through the Apollo program, launched nearly 50 years ago.
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According to a report by Geek.com, NASA has selected nine teams to continue the science legacy of the Apollo missions by studying cosmic rocks that have remain untouched for nearly 50 years. NASA’s Thomas Zurbuchen reportedly said that the initiative will help “advance our understanding of our...

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