NASA IG Criticizes Lax Controls Over Astromaterial Samples

HOUSTON — NASA’s curation of rare and scientifically valuable Moon rocks, meteorites, comet and interstellar dust samples is in need of sweeping reforms, according to a Dec. 8 audit by the agency’s inspector general. The audit of the Astromaterials Acquisition and Curation Office at Johnson Space...

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