On Women’s Equality Day, NASA celebrates the women who are breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations.

In this image, Dr. Nancy Grace Roman (1925-2018), NASA’s first Chief of Astronomy and “the Mother of Hubble,” visits the Space Telescope Operations Control Center at the Goddard Space Flight Center on March 31, 2017, and meets with some women from the Hubble Space Telescope project. Left to right: Beverly Serrano, Morgan Van Arsdall, Nancy Grace Roman, Olivia Lupie, Padi Boyd, and Erin Kisliuk.

The Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope, a mission concept to answer vital questions in both exoplanet detection and dark energy research, was renamed the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope in her honor.

Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on Aug. 26 each year and commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the constitutional right to vote in the United States in 1920. In a joint resolution of Congress in 1973, Aug. 26 was officially designated as Women’s Equality Day.

Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Jim Jeletic


在这张照片中,NASA首任天文学主任、“哈勃之母”南希·格蕾丝·罗曼博士(1925-2018)于2017年3月31访问了戈达德太空飞行中心的太空望远镜操作控制中心,并与哈勃太空望远镜项目的一些女性会面。从左到右:贝弗利·塞拉诺(Beverly Serrano)、摩根·范阿斯达尔(Morgan Van Arsdall)、南希·格蕾丝·罗曼(Nancy Grace Roman)、奥利维亚·卢皮(Olivia Lupie)、帕迪·博伊德(Padi Boyd)和艾琳·基斯柳克(Erin Kisliuk)。



图片来源:NASA/GSFC/Jim Jeletic

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