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A treasured piece at the Dutch national museum - a supposed moon rock from the first manned lunar landing - is nothing more than petrified wood, curators say. It was given to former Prime Minister Willem Drees during a goodwill tour by the three Apollo-11 astronauts shortly after their moon mission in 1969. When Mr Drees died, the rock went on display at the Amsterdam museum.

2009-08-28

 Moon fake museum rock Apollo Netherlands
Billions of tons of carbon dioxide could be captured by rocks and a natural chemical reaction that humans can speed up.

2009-02-03

 greenhouse gas rock chemistry climate change carbon dioxide
A coalition of geologists are challenging the way we look at global stone reserves, claiming that, unless smarter methods of preservation are developed, mankind will eventually run out of rocks.

2010-05-01

 geology rock stone sustainability environment
This spring, scientists will try to retrieve the deepest types of rock ever extracted from beneath the seabed.

2011-03-24

 mantle crust Earth planet geology depth drilling rock mineral
The US space agency Nasa recently announced that many of the Moon rocks brought back to Earth from two Apollo space missions have gone missing. They were given as gifts to the nations of the world. So what happened to them?

2012-02-20

 Apollo NASA rock Moon theft missing
Vesta is the only remaining example of the original objects that came together to form the rocky planets, like Earth and Mars, some 4.6 billion years ago.

2012-05-11

 asteroid Vesta rock iron core planet Solar System probe