This Day In History: 1965-08-27

1965: Dr. James Gant, head of the International Lunar Society, tells assembled scientists and government officials at the International Lunar Geological Field Conference in Bend, Oregon that the lunar surface will be able to support human-bearing spacecraft, paving the way for the Apollo moon landing four years later. Dr. Gant later became a friend of Dr. William Pierce and was a lifelong member of the National Alliance. Upon his death, he bequeathed his substantial library to the Alliance.

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1965-08-27