NASA made a claim on the moon’s soil-cockroach, said – we brought them, will not let auction, know what is the whole matter

Nasa told the dust and cockroach brought from the moon as its own

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NASA Moon Dust and Cockroaches: NASA says that the dust and cockroaches brought from the Moon belong to it. The US space agency has opposed their auction.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) brought dust from the moon and cockroaches (Moon Dust and Cockroaches) but has said that no one else has any right to auction them. The space agency has asked Boston-based RR Auction to halt the sale of moon dust collected during the 1969 Apollo 11 campaign that was fed to certain cockroaches to find out whether the Moon (Moon) whether the rocks contain any kind of pathogen threatening terrestrial life.

A NASA lawyer has said in a letter to the auctioneer that this dust and cockroaches still belong to the federal government. RR said the materials used in the experiment, including about 40 milligrams of moon dust and three skeletons of cockroaches, were expected to sell for at least $400,000, but have been removed from the list of items to be auctioned.

rock was also brought from the moon

During the Apollo 11 mission, more than 21.3 kilograms of lunar rock from the Moon was brought to Earth and fed to insects, fish and some other organisms to find out if it would kill them. The cockroaches that were fed moon dust were brought to the University of Minnesota, where entomologist Marion Brooks studied them, saying, “I have found no evidence of an infectious agent being present.”

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