Million Dollar Moon Rock Heist

National Geographic
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Dear Columbia: Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins says thanks
The mission's command module pilot pays tribute to the spacecraft that kept him company on the moon's far side.
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Apollo 50 Years - What to Watch on National Geographic
National Geographic pays tribute to those who first set foot on the moon and those who dedicated their lives to making it happen.
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Powerful Exhibition Of Our Greatest Adventure
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Here’s Why Women May Be The Best Suited For Spaceflight
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Chinese rover finds strange rocks that may come from deep inside the moon
The record-setting Chang’e-4 mission might have spotted minerals that would reveal long-held secrets about the moon's origins.
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NASA regards its moon rocks as priceless – so how did an intern manage to steal 101 grams of moon rock? Get the inside story of the most audacious heist in NASA’s history.

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