Monday, July 30, 2012

Dr. Mae Jemison, First Black Woman to journey out of space plans to take us into the future


Dr. Mae Jemison, the first black women to become an astronaut wants to take us on a journey out of space, 100 years ahead of our time to another star system.  She has chosen to do this adventure in Houston and many natives there are very proud that she chose that city.  DARPA, the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is backing up her project, the same organization that discovered the internet back in the 1960's.

Dr. Jemison's life is truly as success story and the fact that she is the first black woman to take a journey out of space and will now be the first to come up with an idea that would take us into another galaxy, 100 hundred years ahead of our time should inspire us as black women.  We should be just as ambitious and creative in anything we do in our lives.  We may not be astronauts like Dr. Mae Jemison, but we can have that same mindset to create exciting explorations that will help many people whom may have an interest in our invention.  Let us learn something from Dr. Jemison and that is to be very successful in anything we choose to do.   We recognize one very important thing she mentioned in her own words on this following video and that is, she wants other scientists and physicists whom join her to make her vision come to past not to give up and to believe whatever seems impossible is possible.  So it is the same with us dear sisters, it does not matter what may seem difficult in our lives, we must strive to make our dreams come true and forget all negativity around us.


Watch Video





1st Black woman in space wants you to take 100-year journey
By Damali Keith, Reporter

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - 

What is the biggest task you've ever been expected to pull off?

Well, one Houston woman is now charged with taking space travel one giant step further.  This is no ordinary woman.  Dr. Mae Jemison is the first black woman to travel to space.  Now the former astronaut...Read full article, here.


Source and Video: MyFoxHouston.com

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