The bag of moon dust from Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 mission will be up for auction again. Experts say it may sell for up to $4 million.
NASA handed back precious moon samples to a lady who purchased it from an auction. The government said it was mistakenly labeled, causing the confusion.
A judge ruled that Nancy Carlson, who bought a bag of lunar sample, is the legitimate owner despite the rock being auctioned by mistake. NASA filed a case for the moon rock's returned, but the judge ruled in favor of the buyer.
A lunar artifact used in NASA’s Apollo 11 mission has reportedly been sold off at an auction – by mistake. Now, the artifact has been thrust at the center of a legal dispute against the director of Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Max Ary.
Famous American astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, apparently kept some mementos from this historic trip for himself, and they were only just recently discovered hidden in his closet.
As lunar tourism becomes a thing of increasingly less distant future, members of the Congress are starting to worry about preserving the legacy of Apollo 11- the first human landing on the moon.
Nearly 20 vials of Moon dust collected by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were discovered earlier this month in the Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California Berkeley campus where they have sat for nearly half a century, forgotten.
Jeff Bezos oversaw a team led by Rory Golden in order to uncover the engines used in Apollo 11's takeoff.