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Ronald McNair
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    (October 21, 1950-January 28, 1986)
    Born in Lake City, South Carolina
    Physicist on board the Challenger
    Died in the Challenger Explosion (1986)
    He brought his saxophone on board the Challenger with him and intended to record the first piece of music played in space.
    He was picked for the Challenger mission specifically because they were looking for a minority.
    A crater on the moon was named after him.
    He played the saxophone and worked with composer Jean Michel Jarre on writing music.
    He was a member of the Bah’ai faith.
    He had a black belt in karate.

Credit: Jack Magic

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