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From: SC Public Radio
Col. Charles M. Duke, Jr.
One of only twelve people to ever walk on the Moon
Ronald Erwin McNair
Ronald McNair was the second African-American to go into space
Maj. Gen. Charles F. Bolden, Jr.
The first African-American to lead NASA as NASA Administrator.
Choose your Rocket! Online Game
Build and launch a rocket you customize, then watch Newton's Laws in action.
Eyes on the Stars
Physicist Ron McNair was just a kid, from S.C. with big dreams, "who saw science possibilities," in the 1960s. McNair became the second African American to enter space during NASA's shuttle program.
Award-winning science, math and technology videos and interactives for grades K-12.
The Space Race
From Sputnik to the Saturn V: Follow the events leading up to the U.S. moon landing.
Famous South Carolinians
Video conversations with Astronauts Charles Bolden, Charles Duke, and others.
Conversations with Scientists & Astronauts
Scientists & Astronauts answer the questions students most want to know.
Apollo 11 Command Module
Smithsonian 3D viewer and guided online tour of the Apollo 11, “Columbia,” Command Module.
To the Moon and Back with Charles Duke
Students help Charles Duke in his flight to the moon through an activity that teaches students about the moon and the Apollo 16 mission.
Lesson plans and supplementary media provided by SCETV and PBS member stations.
NASA Moon Trek VR
Moon Trek VR interactive map viewer: calculate distance, elevation, and the Sun's angle; experience TrekVR with Google Cardboard; and generate 3D printable files.
NOVA: To the Moon
The untold science and engineering story of how we got to the moon.
Apollo Moon Landing VR
Use a smartphone and Google Cardboard to experience the 1971 Apollo 15 Moon Landing.
Apollo 11 VR
Experience the greatest journey taken by humankind through the eyes of those who lived through it.