1. NASA Just Opened a Moon Dirt Sample Untouched Since The '70s  ScienceAlert
  2. NASA Opens Untouched Apollo Moon Rock Sample for First Time in 40 Years  Space.com
  3. Long-Sealed Moon Rocks Collected on the Apollo Mission Just Opened for the First Time  Livescience.com
  4. NASA opens up moon rock and soil samples that have been locked away for over 30 YEARS  Daily Mail
  5. NASA mystery: Untested Mars rock samples opened after going untouched more than 40 years  Express.co.uk
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For the first time in more than 40 years, NASA scientists have opened up a sample of Moon matter collected during the Apollo missions. Thanks to new analysis tech developed over those decades, this precious artefact could now reveal new insights inFor the first time in more than 40 years, NASA scientists have opened up a sample of Moon matter collected during the Apollo missions. Thanks to new analysis tech developed over those decades, this precious artefact could now reveal new insights into

NASA Just Opened a Moon Dirt Sample Untouched Since The '70s

NASA has opened one of its last pristine samples of Apollo moon rock to prepare for the return of new material by future lunar missions.

NASA Opens Untouched Apollo Moon Rock Sample for First Time in 40 Years | Space

Moon rocks collected during the Apollo 17 mission in 1972 have been opened for the first time.

Long-Sealed Moon Rocks Collected on the Apollo Mission Just Opened for the First Time | Live Science

NASA has opened untouched samples from the moon that were brought back by the Apollo 17 lunar mission in 1972, which will be used to practice techniques ahead of the Artemis missions.NASA has opened untouched samples from the moon that were brought back by the Apollo 17 lunar mission in 1972, which will be used to practice techniques ahead of the Artemis missions.

NASA opens up moon rock and soil samples that have been locked away for over 30 YEARS  | Daily Mail Online

“NASA is Testing a Coating to Help Astronauts and Their Equipment Shed Dangerous Lunar Dust - Universe Today https://t.co/cwHs8j9eOI @universetoday @storybywill”

Fraser Cain on Twitter: "NASA is Testing a Coating to Help Astronauts and Their Equipment Shed Dangerous Lunar Dust - Universe Today https://t.co/cwHs8j9eOI @universetoday @storybywill… https://t.co/I8Xes2Ea5X"

“We opened a @NASAMoon pristine rock sample collected on Apollo 17 almost 50 years ago. The #Artemis generation of scientists will analyze Apollo samples using modern tech to refine sampling techniques & tools for upcoming lunar missions. Learn more: https://t.co/sLqcOpTg0K”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "We opened a @NASAMoon pristine rock sample collected on Apollo 17 almost 50 years ago. The #Artemis generation of scientists will analyze Apollo samples using modern tech to refine sampling techniques & tools for upcoming lunar missions. Learn more: https://t.co/sLqcOpTg0K… https://t.co/A66tYRkI3L"

“NASA Opens Previously Unopened Apollo Sample Ahead of Artemis Missions : NASA opened an untouched rock & soil sample from the Moon from Apollo 17, so scientists can practice techniques to study future samples collected on Artemis missions. https://t.co/Suwp1SyW4C”

Nayef Al-Rodhan on Twitter: "NASA Opens Previously Unopened Apollo Sample Ahead of Artemis Missions : NASA opened an untouched rock & soil sample from the Moon from Apollo 17, so scientists can practice techniques to study future samples collected on Artemis missions. https://t.co/Suwp1SyW4C"

“NASA: RT NASAhistory: 52 years ago #today, Surveyor 6 launched. It helped scientists prepare for a crewed moon mission. After about 7 days on the lunar surface, it fired its thrusters to determine soil properties, and wound up becoming the first spacecra… https://t.co/wW5JthhX0T”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: RT NASAhistory: 52 years ago #today, Surveyor 6 launched. It helped scientists prepare for a crewed moon mission. After about 7 days on the lunar surface, it fired its thrusters to determine soil properties, and wound up becoming the first spacecra… https://t.co/wW5JthhX0T"

NASA is bound and determined to send humans back to the Moon by 2024. The space agency was headed back there anyway, but a mandate from the Trump administration is pushing them to complete its Moon return much sooner than originally planned, and NASA has been scrambling to get things in order.NASA is bound and determined to send humans back to the Moon by 2024. The space agency was headed back there anyway, but a mandate from the Trump administration is pushing them to complete its Moon…

Boeing proposes lunar lander it probably won’t be able to build in time for NASA’s 2024 Moon mission – BGR

The White House warned Congress that without funding increases for its exploration programs, NASA won’t be able to land humans on the moon in 2024.The White House warned Congress that without funding increases for its exploration programs, NASA won’t be able to land humans on the moon in 2024.

White House warns Congress about Artemis funding - SpaceNews.com

NASA is developing an advanced new coating that could protect everything from spacecraft systems to astronauts from harmful lunar dust.

NASA is Testing a Coating to Help Astronauts and Their Equipment Shed Dangerous Lunar Dust - Universe Today

On November 5, for the first time in 40 years, a pristine lunar rock sample was opened by scientists at NASA, the US space agency, in order to test new tools in advance of the upcoming Artemis missions. On November 5, for the first time in 40 years, a pristine lunar rock sample was opened by scientists at NASA, the US space agency, in order to test new tools in advance of the upcoming Artemis missions.

Photos: NASA Opens First Sealed Lunar Sample in 40 Years Amid Preparations for Artemis Missions - Sputnik International

China has been actively investing in space exploration in recent years, with its latest achievement being the successful launch of a drone that landed on the far side of the Moon and conducted several experiments there. Beijing is already planning future lunar missions, including a manned one.China has been actively investing in space exploration in recent years, with its latest achievement being the successful launch of a drone that landed on the far side of the Moon and conducted several experiments there. Beijing is already planning future lunar missions, including a manned one.

Biggest Fish in Space 'Pool'? Beijing Eyes Creating First Earth-Moon Economic Zone - Sputnik International

NASA has opened a previously sealed rock sample brought back from the Moon in 1972, marking the first time it will ever be analysed.NASA has opened a previously sealed rock sample brought back from the Moon in 1972, marking the first time it will ever be analysed.

NASA news: Untested Mars rock samples opened after going untouched more than 40 years | Science | News | Express.co.uk

As NASA plans to return humans to the Moon in 2024, scientists opened an untouched rock and soil sample from the Moon returned to Earth as part of the the US space agency's final mission of the Apollo programme.The sample was collected on the Moon by Apollo 17 astronauts Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt.

NASA to Study Previously Unopened Apollo Sample | Technology News

China confirmed that it is planning on building an outpost on the Moon and sending a human mission to MarsChina confirmed that it is planning on building an outpost on the Moon and sending a human mission to Mars

China busy building base on Moon sooner than NASA but sets 2050 as target for Mars

The development comes as NASA plans to land the first woman and next man on the moon by 2024.The development comes as NASA plans to land the first woman and next man on the moon by 2024.

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NASA scientists opened an untouched rock and soil sample from the Moon returned to Earth on Apollo 17, marking the first time in more than 40 years a pristine sample of rock and regolith from the Apollo ...

NASA opens sealed Apollo sample ahead of Artemis missions