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Lawyer: People Could Try to Sell the Apollo Moon Footprints

Futurism Wednesday, 20 February 2019 ()
Lawyer: People Could Try to Sell the Apollo Moon FootprintsInterplanetary Heritage Right now, there’s no legal framework preventing people from destroying or selling culturally-important landmarks in space. For instance, as space travel becomes more common, an opportunistic someone could find a way to steal and auction off the first bootprints left on the moon by Neil Armstrong, warns University of Mississippi Air and Space […]

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