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Are humans allergic to the moon?

Astronauts from the Apollo missions reported that breathing in the moon dust on their suits resulted in sneezing, watering eyes and sore throats. After analysing dust particles in the lab, United States researchers suggest they are toxic to human lung cells and mouse brain cells.


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