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American woman sued NASA: claim to be legally responsible for lunar dust

via:快科技     time:2018/6/13 20:35:33     readed:190

Cicco said the moon dust bottle was 10 years old.The first man on the moon sent ArmstrongAt that time, her father Tom Murray and Aron were friends. Women even kept the signature cards and wooden boxes when Alan presented.

The main reason for defending Cicco is Christopher McHugh, who later obtained rights in behalf of Nancy Carlson in a case in Wichita city in 2016. At that time, Nancy bought an NASA bag for collecting moon samples for $995 at an auction.But NASA confronting the court on the grounds that "private individuals have no right to own moon information".But in the end, Nancy won.

The story behind it is even more wonderful. The bag has changed hands in millions of dollars.

It also explains why Cicco wants to move the case to Kansas. It turned out to be a lesson from Wichita. After all, the United States is a country of case law.

To prepare for the lawsuit, McHugh hired scientists to identify Cicco's so-called lunar dust by spectroscopy.The result is a bit of a surprise because it has mixed many samples belonging to the earth.

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