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Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson is an American physicist and mathematician who made contributions to the United States' aeronautics and space programs with the early application of digital electronic computers at NASA.

Katherine Johnson is a remarkable woman, but you don’t need me to tell you that, all you have to do is look at her CV. She was one of Nasa’s ‘human computers’ – a physicist whose job, among o…

Before Kathryn Johnson became a Physicist & Mathematician responsible for putting men on the moon, she was a teacher and Stay At Home Mom. Later, she applied to NASA to calculate trajectories for space flights.

Women in math and science

Annie Easley – African-American computer scientist and mathematician. She worked for the Lewis Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its predec…

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Engineer Mary Jackson, mathematician Katherine Johnson, and NASA supervisor Dorothy Vaughan.

Former NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson is seen after President Barack Obama presented her with the Presidential Medal.

Katherine Johnson: The Girl Who Loved to Count

Katherine Johnson: The Girl Who Loved to Count - Former NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson is seen after President Barack Obama presented her with the Presidential Medal.

Astronomer Annie Maunder achieved many firsts in her lifetime, but her story has slipped from history.

Chasing the Sun: The woman forgotten by science

In 1969 Shirley Chisholm was the first African American woman in Congress.  She served for 14 years and also she became the first major-party black candidate for President of the United States and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972 (Margaret Chase Smith had previously run for the 1964 Republican presidential nomination).

Shirley Chisholm- she became the first African-American woman elected to Congress. On January she became the first major-party black candidate for President of the United States and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Mathematician Katherine Johnson at Work: NASA research mathematician Katherine Johnson is photographed at her desk at Langley Research Center in 1966. Johnson made critical technical contributions during her career of 33 years which included calculating the trajectory of the 1961 flight of Alan Shepard. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Nov. 24 2015.

Mathematician Katherine Johnson at Work

Katherine Johnson - scientist, NASA. Designed the trajectory for the 1969 Apollo 11 flight.

Katherine Johnson: A Lifetime of STEM

Katherine Johnson (born iAfrican-American physicist, space scientist, and mathematician who contributed to America's aeronautics and space programs with the early application of digital electronic computers at NASA. Known for accuracy in computerize

President Barack Obama and Katherine Johnson the real life star behind Hidden Figures and a brilliant mathematician who served NASA at a crucial moment in history.

'Hidden Figures ' author Margot Lee Shetterly tells the story of the black women who helped win the space race

President Barack Obama presents Katherine G. Johnson with the Presidential Medal of Freedom during the 2015 Presidential Medal Of Freedom Ceremony at the White House on November 2015 in Washington, DC.

Katherine Johnson (b. 1918) is a former NASA physicist, space scientist, and mathematician of African-American heritage. She worked at Langley Research Centre from 1953 to 1986 as a “computer” - i.e. someone who did the math to make sure the rockets would lift off OK.

aseantoo submitted to medievalpoc: Katherine Johnson [x] Katherine Johnson (b. is a former NASA physicist, space scientist, and mathematician of African-American.

Dr. Jane Wright, invented cancer treatment

A Moment In African American History Dr.Jane Cooke Wright, African American Cancer Research Living Legend and Pioneer. See more details about her life and work at: "Changing the Face of Medicine":

Beatrice Helen Worsley. First woman to earn a doctorate in Computer Science in 1051.

Famous women in computer science: Beatrice Helen Worsley, Canada’s Female Computer Pioneer, a witness to several great moments in computing history, one of the first women to earn a doctorate in Computer Science in 1951

23 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Quotes That Will Make You Love Her EVEN MORE

Because of limited seating and the number of invited guests from Hawai‘i high schools, the Saturday event at Mililani High School with U. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not be open to the general public.

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