Moon dust from Neil Armstrong belongs...

Moon dust from Neil Armstrong belongs to her, not NASA, Tennessee woman says in lawsuit

Jun 13, 2018 Read more: Fox News
Laura Cicco received a vial of moon dust from famed Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong nearly 50 years ago. Now the Tennessee woman is suing NASA -- as a preemptive move to ensure that the space agency can't take the gift away from her.

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