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Victor J. Glover is one of eight -- and the only African-American -- to be selected as NASA’s new group of astronauts in four years. Get to know more about Glover here.
Former NASA astronaut Leland Melvin says seeing students learn science, technology and math is as awe-inspiring as galactic space travel.
After a football injury while playing for the Detroit Lions, the astronaut regained his physical and mental strength to literally open up a new world for himself.
NASA trailblazer Mae C. Jemison about filling the pipeline with kids who get science.
Capt. Edward J. Dwight Jr. became the first African-American candidate for astronaut training on March 30, 1962.
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Milton Pitts Crenchaw died in Georgia.
Astronaut Leland Melvin shares his experiences of space exploration.
BET.com looks at those who have dared to take the journey thousands of miles away…to outer space.
On June 30, 1967 Maj. Robert H. Lawrence Jr. was chosen as the first African-American to enter a program that trained NASA astronauts.