Dr. Mae Carol Jemison became the first black woman to travel into outer space on 12 September 1992, on an 8-day orbit aboard the spacecraft Endeavour. Raised in Chicago, she went to Stanford at the age of 16 and graduated in 1977. She then earned her medi...
Mae Carol Jemison (born October 17, 1956) is an American physician and NASA
astronaut. .... before me... I would still have had my hand up, 'I want to do this.'" ...
Mae Jemison is still alive, she currently lives in Houston with her two cats Sneeze
and Little Houston.
Mae C. Jemison is the first African-American female astronaut. Learn more about
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