The Backstory: How a Florida newspaper ended up on the moon — and then became our first NFT



In 1970, newspaper publisher Al Neuharth, who would later start USA TODAY, had a big idea. He wanted his paper in Florida, then called TODAY, to be the first newspaper on the moon.

NASA was prepping for the Apollo 14 lunar mission, and Neuharth wanted his Space Coast paper, now called FLORIDA TODAY, to be on board.

Read the full article from USA TODAY: The Backstory: How a Florida newspaper ended up on the moon — and then became our first NFT