Two-time space traveler Christopher Cassidy will discuss the life and accomplishments of fellow astronaut Ron McNair (pictured) during a Black History Month symposium, “In The Spirit of Ron McNair,” at 11 a.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, 40 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant. Free admission and parking for this event. Details at 843-884-2727 or patriotspoint.org. A Lake City native, Ron McNair died in 1986 when space shuttle Challenger exploded after launch. Myrtle Beach-area motorists heading east on Forestbook Boulevard, who drive under the U.S. 501 bridge and stay on Dick Scobee Road (also named after an astronaut who perished aboard Challenger), will reach a stop sign at Ronald McNair Boulevard.
Two-time space traveler Christopher Cassidy will discuss the life and accomplishments of fellow astronaut Ron McNair (pictured) during a Black History Month symposium, “In The Spirit of Ron McNair,” at 11 a.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, 40 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant. Free admission and parking for this event. Details at 843-884-2727 or patriotspoint.org. A Lake City native, Ron McNair died in 1986 when space shuttle Challenger exploded after launch. Myrtle Beach-area motorists heading east on Forestbook Boulevard, who drive under the U.S. 501 bridge and stay on Dick Scobee Road (also named after an astronaut who perished aboard Challenger), will reach a stop sign at Ronald McNair Boulevard. Courtesy photo
Two-time space traveler Christopher Cassidy will discuss the life and accomplishments of fellow astronaut Ron McNair (pictured) during a Black History Month symposium, “In The Spirit of Ron McNair,” at 11 a.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, 40 Patriots Point Road, Mount Pleasant. Free admission and parking for this event. Details at 843-884-2727 or patriotspoint.org. A Lake City native, Ron McNair died in 1986 when space shuttle Challenger exploded after launch. Myrtle Beach-area motorists heading east on Forestbook Boulevard, who drive under the U.S. 501 bridge and stay on Dick Scobee Road (also named after an astronaut who perished aboard Challenger), will reach a stop sign at Ronald McNair Boulevard. Courtesy photo

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