What I want to know is...how in the hell do you manage to lose the moon rocks?
I mean, it's not like we can just run down to the corner store and get some more! Someone needs to explain this to me! You better NOT tell me that you accidentally threw them out when you cleaned the store room!
NASA admits losing moon rocks
NASA's Inspector General says the US space agency seems to have misplaced some pieces of the moon, meteorites and other space items.
NASA concedes that more than 500 pieces of space material have been stolen or been missing since 1970.
That includes 218 stolen moon samples that were returned and about two dozen moon rocks and chunks of lunar soil that were reported lost last year.
NASA has loaned more than 21,500 samples to researchers, who in some cases said they never ended up using the material.
The report says NASA needs to keep better track of what is sent to researchers and museums
Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/nasa-admits-losing-moon-rocks/story-e6frfku0-1226217824699#ixzz1g0neeZUF
That's the final straw! As of now, you are all grounded from any further trips to space until you find all those rocks! Ya hear me?
C'mon, my friends, let's have coffee in the kitchen this morning.