NASA is looking for moon trees, which were germinated from seeds taken aboard the Apollo 14 mission in 1971 and subsequently planted all over the world. Because no record was kept of where all of the trees were planted, NASA scientist David Williams is asking people who know of a tree to contact him. So far, he has found 40.

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