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Brilliant NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson has passed away at the age of 101.
What a life she had. What she saw in her 101 years.
I am ashamed that I consider myself an educated person, and I had no idea about Ms. Johnson until Hidden Figures came out. In an era where Black people were invisible, Mrs. Johnson’s brain broke down barriers.
I am so happy that she lived long enough to see her get the accolades while she was still alive.
Thank you for blazing the trail for others, Mrs. Johnson.
We remember Katherine Johnson, influential NASA mathematician who calculated the flight path for America’s first space mission and inspired the movie ‘Hidden Figures.’ pic.twitter.com/drsXISKuBO
— Smithsonian NMAAHC (@NMAAHC) February 24, 2020
After a lifetime of reaching for the stars, today, Katherine Johnson landed among them. She spent decades as a hidden figure, breaking barriers behind the scenes. But by the end of her life, she had become a hero to millions—including Michelle and me. pic.twitter.com/isG29nwBiB
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 24, 2020
“Girls are capable of doing everything men are capable of doing. Sometimes they have more imagination than men.”
— Katherine Johnson
Rest In Peace pic.twitter.com/McufQfQBfr
— Maryam Zaringhalam, PhD (@webmz_) February 24, 2020
We’ve lost an icon and brilliant mathematician with the passing of Katherine Johnson.
A barrier breaker and inspiration for women of color everywhere, Katherine’s legendary work with NASA will forever leave a mark on our history. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones. https://t.co/rc0qOHOZWZ
— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) February 24, 2020
As a child, Katherine Johnson said she “counted everything: the steps, the dishes, the stars in the sky.” As a mathematician, she broke barriers to help reach those stars. Her calculations helped put Americans in space, in orbit, and, finally, on the moon. #HiddenFigures pic.twitter.com/5ONuV5zhQ0
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 24, 2020
RIP #KatherineJohnson “a pioneer who broke the barriers of race and gender, showing generations of young people that everyone can excel in math and science and reach for the stars”-Prez Obama.
— Christine Pelosi (@sfpelosi) February 24, 2020
I am so happy that #KatherineJohnson lived long & finally received the name recognition she so richly deserved: “NASA mathematician depicted in ‘Hidden Figures,’ dead at 101” #RIP https://t.co/oQiStPA0t8
— Maya Wiley (@mayawiley) February 24, 2020
— The King Center (@TheKingCenter) February 24, 2020
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