Dr. Mae Jemison
As a child, Mae Jemison worried that aliens would get the wrong idea about humanity from looking at the all-white, all-male crews of the earliest space missions. 25 years ago today, she...Read More »
By: SEAN KEANE
Live long and prosper.
Hundreds of Trekkies packed into The Theater at Madison Square Garden for the “Star Trek: Discovery” panel, moderated by Dr. Mae Jemison, Saturday afternoon.
The panel featured a surprise appearance by actress...Read More »
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DR. MAE JEMISON TO LAUNCH LOOK UP AT 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF SPACEFLIGHT CELEBRATION
New Initiative to Connect and Inspire People Globally over the Year Culminating in a Day...Read More »
Jemison’s Silver Anniversary Party, 25 Strong! Celebrates Inclusion, Innovation, Science, the Arts and Social Responsibility in Los Angeles Under the Space Shuttle Endeavour at the Samuel Oschin Pavilion
LOS ANGELES, SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 – This September is the 25th...Read More »
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Amy McCaig -May 13, 2017
To have a happy and fulfilling life, you need to “live deeply and look up,” according to Dr. Mae Jemison, who addressed graduates at Rice University’s 104th commencement May 13 in the Academic Quad.
By: EBONY MARIE CHAPPEL @EbonyTheWriter | Posted: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 6:52 pm
Dr. Mae Jemison has gone to places few women (or even men, for that matter) have gone before — space. In 1992, she became the first Black woman to visit space, and today the physician, engineer...Read More »
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Space is...Read More »
Critics had plenty of reasons for wanting to disqualify women from spaceflight in its early stages—but none of them stuck.
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Kevin Wolf/AP Images for Bayer Making Science Make Sense
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While fixing my 4-year-old daughter’s bookshelf, I noticed something missing on the glossy covers of her picture books: girls...Read More »
Roger Goodell and Jeff Immelt, partners in the GE-NFL Head Health Initiative, will take part in a discussion on innovation and sports safety to kick off the annual start-up competition
By Texas Medical Center | January 25, 2017
January 25, 2017 | By Stephanie Kulke
Dr. Mae Jemison, who grew up on Chicago’s South Side and rose to become the first woman of color astronaut to fly in space, declared at Northwestern University Monday (Jan. 23) that Americans of all backgrounds should strive...Read More »
Dr. Mae Jemison Reads the Letter Written by John Glenn to Honor Jeff Bezos for Blue Origin at the 2016 Ingenuity Awards...Read More »
The controversial 'EmDrive' - NASA Researchers experiments find it may work. National Geographic article provides good overview"
NASA Team Claims ‘Impossible’ Space Engine Works—Get the Facts
Scientists just published a paper saying that the controversial EmDrive produces thrust, even though that defies known laws of physics.
A prototype of the EmDrive, as seen in a test chamber at a NASA lab
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Mars Is Only A Pitstop: Mae Jemison, the first black woman in space, says colonizing Mars ‘doesn’t push us hard enough’
By: Sidney Fussell
Mae Jemison, the first woman of color in space, has an alternative view on the race to get humans on Mars: it isn’t enough.
In October, President Obama penned an op-ed for CNN announcing a partnership between NASA and private companies to start building habitats...Read More »
By Yvette Caslin
National Geographic Channel, Academy and Emmy-winning producers Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Michael Rosenberg of Imagine Entertainment; and Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning producer Justin Wilkes and Dave O’Connor of RadicalMedia have joined forces to launch viewers farther into outer space than ever before with the global event series...Read More »
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Released: 20-Sep-2016 8:00 AM EDT
Source Newsroom: Indiana University
Newswise — BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Dr. Mae C. Jemison, astronaut, engineer, entrepreneur, physician and educator, has been named a leader-in-residence at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, serving as its Poling Chair of Business and Government,...Read More »
Breaking News: New Found Goldilocks Habitable Planet Brings 100 Year Starship Mission to the Forefront
One Star Over, a Planet That Might Be Another Earth
By Kenneth Chang Aug. 24, 2016
An artist’s impression of the planet Proxima b orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star to Earth’s sun.
Credit M. Kornmesser/European Southern Observatory
Another Earth could be circling...Read More »
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (August 16, 2016) — Famed astronaut and scientist Dr. Mae Jemison will open Tuskegee University’s 2016 Lyceum Series. Jemison, the first woman of color to go into space, is one of the nation’s premier speakers on issues of health care, social responsibility, technology and...Read More »
Dr. Mae Jemison cuts ribbon at ceremony for namesake Dr. Mae Jemison High School, Huntsville, Alabama on Tuesday Aug. 2, 2016. (Bob Gathany/bgathany@AL.com)
By: Bob Gathany
Huntsville city schools honored Dr. Mae Jemison by naming a very beautiful new high school located at 2500 Pulaski Pike in Huntsville after her....Read More »
By: Germain Lussier
In Mars, the Daedalus crew is heading to the Red Planet. Taken in May 2033, they are Astronauts Hana Seung (Jihae), Ben Sawyer (Ben Cotton), Marta Kamen (Anamaria Marinca). Back Row L to R: Astronauts Robert Foucault (Sammi Rotibi), Javier Delgado (Alberto Ammann), Amelie Durand (Clementine Poidatz). Credit:...Read More »
Ladies rock outer space!
Women have played critical roles throughout the history of the U.S. space program, a.k.a. NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Yet in many cases, their contributions are unknown or under-appreciated — especially as women have...Read More »
The International Mars Science Foundation and Mars Mission Corporation Proudly Announce Successful Launch of First Human Mission to Mars
Spacecraft Daedalus Projected to Land on Mars in November of This Year;
Crew of Six Astronauts Onboard Will Make First Attempt to Establish Permanent Human Settlement on the Distant Planet
Join Us in the Count Down to Mars Landing!
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By: Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) — With famed physicist Stephen Hawking at his side, an Internet investor announced Tuesday that he’s spending $100 million on a futuristic plan to explore far outside our solar system.
Yuri Milner said the eventual goal is sending hundreds or thousands of tiny spacecraft, each weighing...Read More »
(L to R) Ann Druyan, Producer, Co-Founder and CEO of Cosmos Studios; Zac Manchester, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard University; Yuri Milner, Breakthrough Prize and DST Global Founder; Stephen Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS, Dennis Stanton Avery and Sally Tsui Wong-Avery Director of Research, University of Cambridge; Freeman Dyson, Emeritus Professor, Princeton Institute...Read More »
By: Brian Cronin
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Go follow Comics Should Be Good on Twitter (if you have Twitter, that is – if you don’t, you can go sign up). Here is our Twitter...Read More »
[Los Angeles Times] Starshot: Russian billionaire and Stephen Hawking want to use lasers to send tiny spacecraft to nearby star
Famed physicist Stephen Hawking is one of the researchers teaming up with Russian billionaire Yuri Milner on a $100-million effort to develop the technology to send spacecraft to the nearest star. (Bryan Bedder / Getty Images)
By: Amina Khan
This is not your granddad’s moonshot. Russian billionaire Yuri Milner...Read More »
Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner are launching a $100-million initiative to send 100-million-mile-an-hour bots to Alpha Centauri
By: Lydia Ramsey and Erin Brodwin, UK Business Insider
Yuri Milner and Stephen Hawking are teaming up to send 100-million-mile-per-hour bots deep into space.
The $100 million initiative intends to develop light-propelled nanocrafts that will get us to Alpha Centauri, the next closest star system to the Solar System. Keep in...Read More »
By: Molly Fosco
Long before the days of computers, female scientists and mathematicians played a major role in the U.S. space program.
Many of the scientists and mathematicians who worked on the project that carried the U.S. into space, to the moon, and eventually to Mars, were women.Read More »