Rocket Women By Phife Miller

This picture shows that even in a country without segregation some people are still living in the old ways and refusing to let blacks use things that whites use. even in some parts of the world today. Like Donald Trump's executive order banning travel into the U.S. from seven different muslim nations. When i saw the segregating in this film one thing that i though was that all of those people doing those things are just jerks. Jerks that all think that they are better than everyone else just because of the color of there skin.

Katheraine Jonson loved math at a very young age.she was born agust 26, 1918 in white sulfer springs, west varginia. she was the youngest of four. followed her brother to school every day when she was to young to go to school.

Katherine Johnson was a mathematician. she was a math teacher after college. until 1952 NASA was hiring black women to do flight calculations for them. in June 1953 Katherine was contracted as a research mathematician. She referred to all of the people she was working with as “ computers who wore skirts” she was dedicated to NASA all she wanted to do was help them beat the Russians in the space race. And in 1959 the space race kicked into full gear.

Katherine started high school at the age of ten.then enrolled at west virginia state college, she took every math class they offered.when she started school at the age of six she went straight to second grade


Ground breaking test series with aerojet rocketdyne (AR) scientists successfully tested the first hot-fire tests with the new copper alloy engine parts.


The parachute will make it so that engineers will be able to guide the spacecraft safely to the ground and to the exact point of entry without wasting any fule.


Aerospace engineering was pioneered by Werner von Braun. He started building rockets for the Nazis in World War two, before going to work for NASA.


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