What does a 100 Million year old Dinosaur footprint and NASA have in common?
Nodosaur called the same place home.
A 12" wide track from a Nodosaur roamed the area of the Goddard Space Flight Center and left behind its prints the be found by Ray Stanford earlier this summer.
Interestingly enough there is a second print within the larger print that appears to be that of a younger nodosaru following behind its mother.
The footprint resides on federal land so it must be removed for preservation in accordance with several federal statutes.
Space Scientists and a behemoth from the past, brought together.
Additional details can be found on NASA's Godard Space Flight Center Site.