COCOA, Fla. -- NASA is launching an investigation after cocaine was found in a restricted facility at the Kennedy Space Center.
NASA said a small amount of white powder in a plastic bag was discovered by an employee on the floor inside the shuttle processing facility.
Kennedy Space Center police confirmed the powder was cocaine.
They said only certain people have access to the area, and they're now questioning employees.
NASA and the Kennedy Space Center have a zero tolerance policy for drugs.
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