NASA pioneer Katherine Johnson passed away on Monday at 101 years old.
“She was an American hero and her pioneering legacy will never be forgotten,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted on Monday.
Johnson, a mathematician, helped to put humans on the Moon. She was recognized with a Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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. https://t.co/UPOqo0sLfb pic.twitter.com/xwnRX9oZoi
— Jim Bridenstine (@JimBridenstine) February 24, 2020
We're saddened by the passing of celebrated #HiddenFigures mathematician Katherine Johnson. Today, we celebrate her 101 years of life and honor her legacy of excellence that broke down racial and social barriers: https://t.co/Tl3tsHAfYB pic.twitter.com/dGiGmEVvAW
— NASA (@NASA) February 24, 2020
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