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BD-0014 Lee Scherer Oral Interview Clip
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San Diego Air and Space Museum Library and Archives
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San Diego Air & Space Museum oral history conducted by aerospace historian Jim Busby. In this extract, former director of NASA's Kennedy Space Center Lee Scherer talks when he was given the job of program manager for the Lunar Orbiter unmanned spacecraft that photographed the moon as part of the race to land humans on the moon in the 1960s. From the archives of the San Diego Air and Space Museum Please do not use for commercial purposes without permission.
moving image
Lee Schere
SDASM/Oral History
SDASM Oral History

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