Time : 2020-02-28 16:21:12
Điểm: 8/10
A female scientist of NASA passed away at the age of 101

Kinda Johnson, a mathematician working for NASA, who is well-known for her exceedingly quick brain as a "living computer", departed this life on February 24 at the age of 101.

By the time the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration was just founded, all means of machine had been rudimentary, Mrs. Kinda as well as her colleagues had had to calculate the space shuttle's orbit with bare hands. It was the contributions she made that gave the U.S. a hand to become the first country to make a go of sending man to the moon. The silent life of this coloured woman was also reappeared in a book and a film of the same name: "The Shadow Numbers".

What was said by NASA was that "The NASA family will never forget Katherine Johnson's courage and the milestones we could not have reached without her. Her story and her grace continue to inspire the world."

At a White House ceremony in 2015, President Barack Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This is the highest civilian honor that an U.S. citizen can reach.

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A female scientist of NASA passed away at the age of 101

Kinda Johnson, a mathematician working for NASA, who is well-known for her exceedingly quick brain as a "living human computer", departed this her life on February 24 at the age of 101.

By the time the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration was just founded, all means of machine had been dùng quá khứ đơn đối với hành động xảy ra và hoàn tất trong quá khứ đơn rudimentary, Mrs. Kinda as well as her colleagues had had to calculate the space shuttle's orbit flight trajectories with bare hands. It was the contributions she made that gave the U.S. a hand to become the first country to make a go of sending send man to the moon. The silent life of this coloured woman was also reappeared in a book and a film of the same name: "The Shadow Numbers Hidden Figures".

What was said by NASA was that "The NASA family will never forget Katherine Johnson's courage and the milestones we could not have reached without her. Her story and her grace continue to inspire the world."

At a White House ceremony in 2015, President Barack Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This is the highest civilian honor that an U.S. citizen can reach get/ receive.

 

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Điểm: 8.5