Orbital Trajectories Presentation, Huntsville, Alabama, USA, June 28, 1958. Charles Lundquist (right) gives a presentation on orbital trajectories at the Army Ballestic Missile Agency to Hermann Oberth (left) and Wernher Von Braun (center). Von Braun was an active proponent of utilizing space stations as "base camps" to other planets and satellites. Hermann Oberth was Von Braun's mentor and was a pioneer in suggesting that space stations would be essential if humans wished to travel to other planets. Charles Lundquist was the chief of the Physics and Astrophysics branch within the former Research Projects Division at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
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