JFK MOONSHOT is an entertainment app that provides users -- both kids and adults -- an opportunity to learn about space exploration in the 1960's, under President John F. Kennedy's administration. Once the app is loaded, there are four different options in the menu: The Launch, The Track, The Log, and The Games. In "The Launch," users learn about the Apollo 11 mission, through augmented reality, as they participate in the launch of the Saturn V rocket. After activating the device's camera, using the AR technology, which includes rotating the device and tapping to place the rocket, users can tap the rocket, and learn about different features of the rocket before they participate in the launch. After the rocket lifts off, "The Track," uses a chronological timeline to follow along with the Saturn V's highlights during the 4 day mission into space, resulting in the thrill of hearing "Mission Accomplished," as users can watch a digital re-enactment of the lunar landing. "The Log" includes dozens of original photographs, videos, audio recordings and broadcasts from the mission, such as President Kennedy's speeches that propelled the United States into the "Space Race," broadcast interviews with crew members, mission control audio, seeing "the Eagle" descend onto the moon, watching the Earth rise over the moon and footage from the first spacewalk on the Moon. "The Games" section, offers 6 games to play, all which start with a multiple choice quiz. Games include "Rocket Assembly, Earth Launch, Moonbound, Moon Landing, Moon Walk, and Rendezvous. In "Rocket Assembly" users use AR to build the rocket and learn about features. In Earth Launch, players engage in tasks needed to launch the rocket. In Moonbound, assist the crew in detaching the rocket from Saturn V and continue their journey aboard Columbia. In Moon Landing, be the pilot who practices landing the Lunar Module. In Moon Walk, take the Moon Walk in Neil Armstrong's boots! In Rendezvous, assist the Lunar Module in attaching to Columbia prior to re-entry from space.