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Deutsch: Wernher von Braun wurde am 1. Juli 1960 Direktor des „NASA Marshall Space Flight Centre“
English: Dr. von Braun became Director of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Centre on 1 May, 1964.
Français : Le Dr. Von Braun, directeur du centre de vol spatial de la NASA, mai 1964
Italiano: Il Dott. von Braun che divenne Direttore del centro di volo spaziale della NASA il 1° Luglio 1960. Maggio 1964.
Magyar: 1964 májusában Wernher von Braun a Marshall Space Flight Centre-beli íróasztalánál (Huntsville, Alabama) a kifejlesztett és a készülő modellek makettjeivel. Wernher von Braun a II. világháborús német, majd az azutáni egyesült államokbeli rakétaprogram kiemelkedő alakja.
Date 1 May 1964
Author NASA
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