How one woman is bringing space technology down to earth

Leach, Susan Llewelyn
April 2001
Christian Science Monitor;4/5/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 91, p14
Discusses the efforts of astronaut Mae Jemison to use space technology to improve social conditions in developing countries.


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