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Returning from the moon
HERE'S A nice story for business travellers frustrated by paperwork: when the Apollo 11 astronauts returned from the moon, they filled out a customs form and declared their cargo. Here it is, via Space.com and America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
I promise you this is real. But the story is more complicated than it might appear. Mssrs Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins did not actually have to fill out this form—they did so on a lark, presumably knowing it would amuse future travellers like ourselves. Mission accomplished, no?
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