NASA moon rocks go missing!

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NASA moon rocks go missing!

Unread post by SmokingGunII » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:56 am

Apparently, many of the moon rocks ;) that NASA gave as gifts to other countries have gone missing!

Then there is the mysterious tale of how - after a fire at an observatory in Dublin - Ireland's Apollo 11 moon rock ended up lying in a rubbish dump, after apparently being thrown out with the rest of the debris.

"It's still there under a couple of tonnes of trash. That could definitely be worth over $5m (£3.1m). I'll tell you where it's at. It's in the Finglas landfill dump in Dublin," Gutheinz says.

One for you to track down Brianv!

So far, they have helped to track down 77, including those that were given to the governors of the US states of Colorado, Missouri and West Virginia.

Well, you didn't expect a bogus story like this not to include a magic number, did you? :P

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Re: NASA moon rocks go missing!

Unread post by lux » Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:37 pm

Above article says that 160 out of 270 rocks are missing. :blink:

I suspect they were snatched back by NAZA to avoid discovery that they are as fake as this one: ... -fake.html

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Re: NASA moon rocks go missing!

Unread post by Q_prime » Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:25 pm

So much for an organization supposed to be higher standard in scientific department.
Stuck with its own lies, NASA continued the sham.

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Re: NASA moon rocks go missing!

Unread post by arc300 » Sun Jan 26, 2014 12:34 am

Don't panic, guys! I think I've found the missing moon rocks!

News From the Field
Friday, October 4, 2013
Space Beer: Dogfish Head's New Moon Dust Brew
(And other sudsy beer-marketing tactics)
By: Stephen Wayne Kasica

Brewers from Dogfish Head toast with space suit designers from ILC Dover. Dogfish Head tapped its Oktoberfest, which infused with bits of dust from lunar meteorites. Photo: Dogfish Head

The latest beer on tap from Dogfish Head is literally out of this world. The Delaware brewery added a secret ingredient to their batch of Oktoberfest this season: moon dust.

Called "Celete-jewel-ale," this batch of Oktoberfest was brewed with German malts and hops, fermented in the brewery's special yeast, and sprinkled with ground-up lunar metorites. The craft brewery procured the rocks from ILC Dover, a company that has been making space suits for NASA. ILC Dover also made a fire-protected, tear-proof koozie made out of the same material as spacesuits for this occasion.

Dogfish's blog reads:

"Celest-jewel-ale is made with lunar metorites that have been crushed into dust, then steeped like tea in rich, malty Oktoberfest. These certified moon jewels are made up primarily of minerls salts, helping the yeast-induced fermentation process and lending this traditional German style a subtle but complex earthiness. (Or is it mooniness?)."

If you want a pint, you'll have to go to Dogfish Head's Rehoboth Beach brewpub in Delaware.
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All the above from: ... -dust.html
Dogfish Head's own page: ... zies.htm-0

At only 5% ABV, you'd have to drink quite a few pints of this to start believing the bullshit. Trillions of tax-payer dollars were spent so that precious moon dust could be pissed-away into Delaware urinals. Yeah, right!

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