Astronauts Took An Unusual Sample From The Moon – And Its Origins May Just Prove How The World Began

In February 1971 American astronaut Alan Shepard was gathering samples on the Moon’s surface. And in the midst of his adventure he noticed a rock that was more common than any other in sight. Shepard and his accomplice Edgar Mitchell then managed to get the boulder aboard their spacecraft. The men then aimed to take the stone home for analysis – hopefully to unlock some of its incredible secrets.