Comment on The Secrets behind Moon Rock by Paul R. Selzer

May 22, 2019 Paul R. Selzer

The whole adventure of examining artifacts from the moon, mars, comets is fascinating to me because most of us have no contact with them other than viewing them in our skys. I worked at NASA Johnson Space Center from 1982 to 1985 for seven space shuttle missions. It was quite a treat to view manned space flight from inside the Mission Control Center. My job was servicing the flight consoles inside the control center. I had close association with the astronauts and knew all seven astronauts.

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Nice article. This will be interesting to a lot of Agri science universities.

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