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Transcript of Schaeffer,c2,ellen ochoa
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Dr. Ellen Ochoa is actully now 57 years old now.
Ellen Ochoa's school was Grossmont High
Universties:Stanford and San Diego universty.
Conburtiton to the earth
She was the first lady to go on the moon,did get 4 medals from nasa and was the lady who survived in space
Ellen Ochoa's misions and awards
She had went on 4 missions and 4 awards.On her first mission.: STS-56 ATLAS-2 Discovery (April 4-17, 1993,STS-66 Atlantis Atmospheric Laboratory for Applications and Science-3 mission (November 3-14, 1994). ATLAS-3,STS-96 Discovery (May 27 to June 6, 1999,andSTS-110 Atlantis (April 8-19, 2002 were here missions and here medals arethe Distinguished Service Medal, Exceptional Service Medal, Outstanding Leadership Medal, and four Space Flight Medals. Recipient of numerous other awards, including the Harvard Foundation Science Award, Women in Aerospace Outstanding Achievement Award, The Hispanic Engineer Albert Baez Award for Outstanding Technical Contribution to Humanity, the Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award, and San Diego State University Alumna of the Year. She is honored to have four schools named for her: the Ellen Ochoa Middle School in Pasco, Wash., the Ellen Ochoa Learning Center in Cudahy, Calif., the Ellen Ochoa STEM Academy at Ben Milam Elementary in Grand Prairie, Texas and the Amino Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School in Los Angeles.
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Fun fact:Ellen Ochoa was the first hispanic lady to go to the moon
Ellen Ochoa was born on May 10 1958 and she had a mother,Rosanne Ochoa who was rasied in Los Angeles,California.
Ellen Ochoa was a astronaut in 1990 and went on the moon 1 year after 1990 .
Ellen Ochoa, a veteran astronaut, is the 11th director of the Johnson Space Center. Prior to being named director in 2012, she served the center as deputy director for five years.
Ochoa is JSC's first Hispanic director, and its second female director. Dr. Carolyn L. Huntoon served as JSC director from 1994-95.
Ochoa, who considers La Mesa, Calif., to be her hometown, became the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the space shuttle Discovery in 1993. She has flown in space four times, logging nearly 1,000 hours in orbit. Prior to her astronaut career, she was a research engineer and inventor, with three patents for optical systems.
She is honored to have four schools named for her: the Ellen Ochoa Middle School in Pasco, Wash., the Ellen Ochoa Learning Center in Cudahy, Calif., the Ellen Ochoa STEM Academy at Ben Milam Elementary in Grand Prairie, Texas and the Amino Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School in Los Angeles.
Fun fact:Born on May 10, 1958, in Los Angeles, California, Ellen Ochoa received her master of science and doctorate degrees at Stanford University. She was selected by NASA in 1990 and in 1991 became the world's first Hispanic female astronaut.
A mission specialist and flight engineer, Ochoa is a veteran of four space flights, logging more than 950 hours in space. She lives in Texas with her family.
Let's watch a video about her life
Ellen Ochoa's dream:
The first female astronaut to go on the moon.