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YVETTE QUINN HAPPENED TO CATCH sight of a cache of NASA documents that were just sitting in the trash in her neighborhood in Florida. When she rescued them from the curb, she found that the stack included some amazing documents—designs for lunar explorers, a pass for a 1999 shuttle launch, and, most disturbingly, a list of aerospace engineers with top secret clearance, along with their social security numbers.

The documents seem to have belonged to a G.H. Hampton, who worked at the contractor Martin Marietta for many years.

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