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English: Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray (seated right to left) and (standing) Louis Friedman (standing, right), the founders of The Planetary Society at the time of signing the papers formally incorporating the organization. The fourth person is Harry Ashmore(standing, left), an advisor, who greatly helped in the founding of the Society. Ashmore was a Pulitizer Prize winning journalist and leader in the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s and 70s.
Français : Carl Sagan et Bruce Murray (assis de droite à gauche) et Louis Friedman (debout à droite), fondateurs de The Planetary Society, au moment de l'incorporation de l'organisation. La quatrième personne (debout à gauche) est Harry Ashmore, un journaliste et conseiller ayant aidé à la formation de la société.
Date circa 1970s
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