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Interview - Where were you?









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MALE SPEAKER: Well, I remember. First of all, I remember Eisenhower signing the law and creating NASA, and then the first President Kennedy making his speech about going to the Moon by the end of the decade. Those are some, and then obviously, following the Moon missions very religiously every time they launched off of Cape Canaveral.

INTERVIEWER: Where would you like to see NASA go in the future?

MALE SPEAKER: Well, I think exploration of space is an important area that needs to be continued. Obviously go back to the Moon. It's 40 years since our first landing. I think it's about time we went back and explored the Moon again because things on Earth have changed a great deal, and there's some things that obviously could help us perhaps on the Moon.