The proposal for a joint lunar expedition; background and prospects.

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An evaluation of President Kennedy's proposal, in September 1963, for a joint U.S.-USSR expedition to the moon. The technical, financial, and political considerations which may have influenced the President's interest in such a cooperative program are presented and discussed. 22 pp.

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