To The Moon

From the Show

Channel 3 re-airs 'To the Moon: Ohio's Journey' Saturday

2:43 PM, Jul 14, 2009

"To the Moon: Ohio's Journey" will air again at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 18th, on WKYC Channel 3 and is hosted by NBC Nightly News Anchor Brian Williams and WKYC News Anchor Romona Robinson.

Satellite to find "things nobody has imagined"

12:35 PM, Dec 1, 2009

ARIZONA -- Potentially hazardous objects that threaten the Earth will be observed with striking new detail.

Gemini 8 Crisis

7:31 PM, Apr 17, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Ohio astronaut Neil Armstrong recounts a serious problem with his first space flight.

Dr. Silverstein Key in Space Race

7:21 PM, Apr 17, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Dr. Abe Silverstein was a key figure in forming NASA and the space race.

 

Explore Space without Leaving Ohio

2:27 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- During the production of WKYC's "To the Moon: Ohio's Journey" we visited many Ohio sites.

Test Pilot, Astronaut, Senator ... John Glenn

2:25 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- John Glenn shies away from titles like "hero" or "inspiration."

Journalist Covers Space Race and Beyond

2:23 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- NBC News correspondent Jay Barbree is the only journalist to cover every manned space mission in the United States.

The First Flight to Return to the Moon

2:22 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- NASA is designing and testing the newest vehicles that will take humans to the International Space Station, the Moon and eventually to Mars.

High School Students build their own Robots

2:20 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- Thousands of high school students were in Cleveland for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Buckeye Regional Robotics Competition.

Learning from Failure

2:18 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- You can learn more form failure then success. That is what two former NASA Lewis employees are teaching engineers working on returning to the Moon.

Taking Astronauts Back to the Moon

2:16 PM, Apr 14, 2009

CLEVELAND -- NASA is currently in the design and testing stage is the next series of vehicles that will take astronauts to the International Space Station, the Moon and eventually to Mars. 

Ohio Company Made Space Visors for Astronauts

2:14 PM, Apr 14, 2009

NEW CONCORD -- During the historic flight of Friendship 7, John Glenn remarked to mission control that the view was tremendous. Glenn was the first American to view the Earth from low orbit and an Ohio company played a part in that.

To The Moon: Segments

To The Moon: Part 1

3:30 PM, Mar 1, 2011

A new lab is built in Cleveland and begins research into space travel.

To the Moon: Part 2

3:29 PM, Mar 1, 2011

NASA Lewis researches the fuel that has the potential to take astronauts to the Moon.

To the Moon: Part 3

3:29 PM, Mar 1, 2011

Ohio astronauts make great strides during Project Apollo and man walks on the Moon.

To the Moon: Part 4

3:27 PM, Mar 1, 2011

Glenn, Lovell and Armstrong become the inspiration for the next generation of Ohio astronauts.

To the Moon: Part 5

3:26 PM, Mar 1, 2011

NASA is working to excite students about science to help them return to the Moon.

To the Moon: Part 6

3:26 PM, Mar 1, 2011

A new Moon mission means new equipment to explore the lunar surface.

To the Moon: Part 7

3:26 PM, Mar 1, 2011

Ohio helps build the ARES I-X. What will be the first test flight in returning to the Moon.