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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi from the NASA history list...aj wright // ajwright@uab.edu ... From: Roger Launius [mailto:rlaunius@hq.nasa.gov] Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 5:46 AM To:
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Roger Launius [mailto:rlaunius@...]
      Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 5:46 AM
      To: history@...
      Subject: On-line Interview with Wernher von Braun from 1970


      Greetings All:

      The Archivo Difilm in Buenos Aires, Argentina has placed on-line a four
      part interview about spaceflight with Wernher von Braun conducted in 1970.
      Information about interview and links to it are available from
      www.archivodifilm.com. Additional information is shown in the advertisement
      below.

      Sincerely,

      Roger D. Launius
      NASA Chief Historian
      ________________________

      ARCHIVO DIFILM
      www.archivodifilm.com

      The biggest archive of Movies, Radio and TV in Latinamerica presents an
      exclusive interview film to Wernher Von Braun
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      Since this month Archivo DiFilm will begin to present a series of exclusive
      videos on Internet every month. These exhibitions are dedicated to diverse
      characters and subjects, like science, politics and sports.

      In this first presentation it will be available for all the visitors of the
      site fragments of an interview to the German engineer Wernher Von Braun in
      1970.

      -Who was Von Braun-

      Wernher Von Braun was one of the world's first and foremost rocket
      engineers and a leading authority on space travel. His will to expand man's
      knowledge through the exploration of space led to the development of the
      Explorer satellites, the Jupiter and Jupiter-C rockets, Pershing, the
      Redstone rocket, Saturn rockets, and Skylab, the world's first space
      station.

      -About the film-

      Total time: 6:00 minutes

      Color: Black & white

      Format: 16 MM

      Place: United State

      Language: English and Spanish

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      Contact with Archivo DiFilm

      E-mail: difilm@...

      Web page: www.archivodifilm.com

      Tel & Fax: (54) - (11) 4255-2609

      Adress: Batalla del Callao 741 ­ Postal Code (1888)
      Florencia Varela, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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