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Mary Golda Ross (1908-2008) was the first known Native American woman engineer. She had lofty goals of interplanetary space travel and thought far ahead of her time.
Her work was incredibly important for the Apollo missions, which took us to the moon, and might someday take humans even further into space.
Click here to learn more about Mary Golda Ross' life and research.