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Professor teaches how to track moon rocks

Posted: Tuesday, October 6, 2009 1:00 am

ALVIN — In what started as a quest to teach his students about criminal investigation, an Alvin Community College professor is asking some of his students to scour the Earth looking for pieces of the moon.

“The thing has snowballed into so much more than I thought it would ever be,” said Joseph Gutheinz, a former NASA investigator who teaches criminal justice at Alvin Community College and also teaches graduate classes for the University of Phoenix online.

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