Photo: APOLLO 11 AT 40: Who Owns the Moon?



After the first moon landing, NASA's Apollo 11 lunar landing module lifts off to rendezvous with the command module (not pictured) on July 20, 1969.

Forty years later, it's still not perfectly clear who can control the moon, though at least one businessperson is selling deeds to its real estate.

Apollo 11 photograph courtesy NASA


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