HOUSTON (KTRK) --Officials at the Johnson Space Center are not happy about a judge's order to return a moon rock bag to a woman in Illinois.
The bag was used during the Apollo 11 mission and is described a NASA lawyer as a 'national treasure'.
It was mistakenly put up for auction in 2015. Nancy Carlson bought it for just under a thousand dollars.
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NASA checked it out and it was legitimate.
Carlson fought in court to keep it, but a judge ruled it has to be returned to Carlson.