Nichelle Nichols Visits NASA Goddard for MLK/African American History Month Keynote Event by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, via Flickr

Nichelle Nichols Visits NASA Goddard for MLK/African American History Month Keynote Event by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, via Flickr

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Elizabeth "Bessie" Coleman (January 1892 – April was an American civil aviator. She was the first female pilot of African American and the first person of African American descent to hold an international pilot license

Mae Jemison - On September 12, 1992 Mae Jemison was the first African American Female to go outer space. She is an american Physician and NASA Astronaut.

(Influental African American Female)Mae Jemison:on September 12 1992 Mae Jemison was the first African American Female to go outter space.She is an american Physician and NASA Astronaut.

"Mae Jemison Became 1st Black Woman To Fly In To Space in 1992.  Jemison fulfilled a lifelong dream she held ever since she was a small girl in Chicago by becoming the first African-American woman to fly into space.  She graduated in 1977 with a dual degree in chemical engineering and African-American Studies,   Jemison later obtained a Doctor of Medicine in 1981 from Cornell University and travelled to developing countries to provide primary care."

Mae Carol Jemison (born October is an American physician and NASA astronaut. She became the first black woman to travel in space when she went into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour on September

First African-American Crewmember To Join The International Space Station | Epps has a PhD in aerospace engineering and has served as an astronaut since 2009. She has also spent seven years as a technical intelligence officer for the Central Intelligence Agency. Epps, who is also a former NASA Graduate Student Researchers Project fellow, will be one of among 200 astronauts who have visited the ISS.

First African-American Crewmember To Join The International Space Station

NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps is set to become the first Black crewmember on the International Space Station when she flies to space next year.

The diversity of Nasa’s workforce in 1940s Virginia is uncovered in a new book by Margot Lee Shetterly. She recalls how a visit to her home town led to a revelation

Hidden figures: the history of Nasa’s black female scientists

The diversity of Nasa’s workforce in Virginia is uncovered in a new book by Margot Lee Shetterly. She recalls how a visit to her home town led to a revelation

NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden

Charles F. Bolden, Jr., NASA Administrator (July 17, 2009 - present)

Charles Bolden August Charles Bolden was born. He is the current Administrator of NASA, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General, and former NASA astronaut. He turns 68 today.

Katherine Johnson: NASA's Computer That Wore a Skirt

Katherine Johnson was a "human computer" at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (later NASA), doing the math that would get Alan Shepard, John Glenn, and Buzz Aldrin to space and back.

Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden in a photo from their days as NASA mathematicians. (Courtesy the New Journal and Guide / William Morrow)

The untold story of the black women -- mathematicians -- who helped NASA win the space race. We’ll talk to the author of “Hidden Figures.

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