1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data During Apollo 14, Alan Shepherd hit a golf ball on the Moon. If he hit the ball at an angle of 15° and an initial velocity of 30m/s, what was the time in the air? 2. Relevant equations 30 m/s / 1.6 So it takes 18.750 seconds to get to the top where you start at 0. Then multiply 18.75 by 2 to get 37.5 so you have total time going down and up, I got 1.6 cause that is gravity on the moon. 37.5 was the incorrect answer though. 3. The attempt at a solution 37.5 did not prove to be correct.