Archivist finds moon dust that was missing for 43 years

05/30/2013 | New Scientist

Moon dust collected from the Apollo 11 lunar landing has been found at California's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The vials are part of dust samples sent to the University of California at Berkeley in 1970. The samples, which contain a rare lunar soil type called breccia, have been returned to NASA.

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