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September 12, 1992. Mae Jemison becomes the first African American woman in space on Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-47. Photo credit: NASA

Mae Jemison; American physician and first Black woman in space. Dr. Jemison was the keynote speaker at the opening ceremonies of the 2004 BDPA Technology Conference held in Dallas TX. She was remarkable!

Astronaut Mae Jemison working in Spacelab-J, October 22, 1992 Mae Jemison onboard Space Shuttle Endeavour (STS-47) working in Spacelab-J module.

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Mae Jemison, the 1st black woman to fly in Space, 1992

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Mae Carol Jemison became the first African American Woman in space on September 12, 1992. Jemison was a Mission Specialist on STS-47. It was her only trip into space. Dr. Mae Jemison continues to inspire people everywhere by speaking on the importance of science and technology. This tribute to bad ass women of history features an illustration of Mae Jemison in space with her famous quote 'Never be limited by other people's limited imaginations.'


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This is a 1992 photo of actress Elizabeth Taylor in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/ Kevork Djansezian)