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The Mysterious Case Of Nasa's Missing $1.1 Billion Moon Lander | Beyond Earth

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In the '60s, NASA commissioned Grumman Aircraft to build 15 lunar modules for its Apollo program. 10 of those lunar modules ended up in space, 3 in museums, 1 was scrapped, and 1 is missing. After contacting NASA, the Smithsonian, and a host of other sources, we eventually tracked down a potential answer.

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The Mysterious Case Of Nasa's Missing $1.1 Billion Moon Lander | Beyond Earth
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