Apollo Lunar Samples Get New Scrutiny For Artemis

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—Earlier this week, scientists in the Lunar Curation Laboratory at NASA’s Johnson Space Center here did something they haven’t done in more than four decades—open a previously untouched sample of the 842 lb. of rocks and soil returned to Earth by Apollo astronauts. The just-opened sample came...

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