NASA's Administration Statement Nancy Grace Romani
"The entire NASA family and astronomers are saddened by the death of Nancy Grace Roman, many of whom were known as the" mother of Hubble. "She was the first woman to be the position of the girl's position, Nancy earned a doctorate in astronomy at the University of Chicago in 1949.
In addition to well-documented work on Hubble space telescope development, the most important heritage would make progress in women's role in science. At age 11, the star appeared to be interested, and his dedication and driving was deeply respected and admired by scientists around the world at the top of his profession. In 1964, it was also an asteroid named in his honor.
Our sincere happiness is looking for Nancy's family and friends. His contributions go beyond NASA's work, generations of young men inspired by the commitment and achievements continue to reach the stars. "
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