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Vials of moon dust from when the first men went to the moon was found in a lab storage facility in California. The vials have been sitting in the warehouse for nearly 40 years.
But why? NASA officials have decided that the reason the vials were in storage was due to a miscommunication. When the Apollo 11 came back from the moon they brought back with them 68 grams of lunar dust. Only 50 of those grams were returned.
The discovery of the vials were made by Karen Nelson, an archivist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Along with the vials, Nelson discovered a paper published in the proceedings of the Second Lunar Science Conference, in 1971.
Ryan Zeigler, NASA's Apollo sample curator stated in an article that he wasn't sure what was going to be done with the samples, but, they probably were not going to get tested again.