She considers her hometown La Mesa California. Ellen Ochoa is a veteran astronaut and she is the eleventh director of the Jonson Space Center. She is the first Hispanic director and it’s the second female director of the Johnson Space Center. She became the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on the space shuttle back in 1993. Ochoa has gone to space four times.
Then later He became a NASA astronaut but first he had to training to go in space. The latter he became the mission leader for NASA. Then NASA put him as a NASA administrator. He had developed a space launch system rocket. He has also designed a Naval aviator in May 1970.
Bella Abzug was a Lawyer, United States Representative, and a Social Activist. Abzug Graduated at Walton High School and continued on to education at Hunter College. Bella Abzug received a degree in Law from Columbia University in 1947 and then worked at Jewish theological Seminary of America. Bella spent a lot of time to help fight for women 's rights. Bella knew that she wanted to be a lawyer so she wanted to go to Harvard Law School but wasn 't accepted because she was a female.
Earning a four year scholarship to Stanford, she wanted to stay close to family. So she attended college at San Diego State earning a Bachelor of Science degree in 1980. Although her Engineer professor didn 't think she could go anywhere with engineering because she was
She also went to Radcliffe to continue more of her studies, for 2 years, (Britannica). One of the reasons Annie jump Cannon is an influential woman to me is because of how hard she worked in college and continue to study. Many women did not go college and for some that did learning about a difficult was work.
So on NASA started working on the spacecraft “Apollo 11” this aircraft costed 25 billion dollars to build. Then on Dec 7. NASA announces the Gemini Program, which was NASA’s second human spaceflight program. Then on February 20. John Glenn Orbited the earth 3 times in a row, then when he returned home NASA observed him to see if everything was okay with him ,and everything was okay so they packed his bags and sent him back home.
She referred me to an aerospace company called Earthrise Space Foundation and recommended to its owner that he offer me an internship. At the time, Earthrise was in the initial stages of competing in a twenty-million-dollar contest called the Google Lunar X Prize. The goal was to transport a Lunar rover to the moon, capture and transmit HD video back to Earth, and traverse a certain distance across the moon’s surface. I knew this would be the opportunity of a lifetime. Fortunately, Earthrise had just begun interviewing engineering students and degreed engineers for
Richard Nixon was the 37th elected president of the United States from 1969-1974. Prior to being president he was a U.S Senator and U.S. Representative from California. He was also Vice President for eight years to President Eisenhower prior to winning presidency. While he was in office, Nixon was successful in ending American fighting in Vietnam and improving relations with the U.S.S.R.and China. American Astronauts landed on the Moon for the first time while Nixon was in office.
In 1990, she was selected by NASA and became the world 's first Hispanic female astronaut. Ochoa is a veteran of four different space flights that logged over 950 hours. During her time in space she was a mission specialist and flight engineer. In July 1991, Astronaut Ellen Ochoa made history when she becoming the world 's first Hispanic female astronaut in space. Dr. Ochoa
The United States wanted to hold the title in becoming the first in the world to successfully send a man to the moon. Unfortunately in 1967 tragedy struck the Apollo program when Apollo 1 had a fire during a launch test killing all three crewmembers this tragedy had set the program back until NASA was able to correct the problem. Apollo spacecraft 7-10 were all “dress rehearsal” missions leading up to the Apollo 11 mission In July 1969 when Neil Armstrong stepped
My topic is about “John F. Kennedy’s Moon Speech”. The speech was given by the John F. Kennedy at May 25 1961 after the astronomy landed on the moon and returned to the Earth safely. This event is one of the most important events in the astronomic history. It was the first time that people truly landed and walked on the moon. This landing event did have a great influence in the history and politics.
In my junior year of high school, my physics teacher told our class about a project at one of the other schools in the district that we could help with. I signed up, knowing that it would add to the undoing of my shyness. We headed over to the school, ready to help the children. The fourth and fifth graders were building foam rocket cars, which our class built a week before. I collaborated with my classmates and the kids to help build an amazing rocket car.