As NASA Explores Space, Dinosaur Prints Found in Own Backyard
At NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, some of the most brilliant minds in the world work to build the spacecraft that humans use to explore their universe. But where space scientists now roam, dinosaurs used to call home, according to dino-hunter Ray Stanford.
Stanford has discovered the footprint of a lumbering, spiny dinosaur called a nodosaur in NASA’s own backyard on the Goddard Space Flight Center campus. NASA officials aren’t disclosing the precise location of the print, fearing that someone might damage or try to remove the fossilized track.