Ochoa, Ellen, 1958-

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Ellen Ochoa (b. May 10, 1958, Los Angeles, California), is an engineer, astronaut, and director of the Johnson Space Center. She became the first Hispanic woman to go into space in 1993.
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contributorOf Discussions with Women: Past, Present and Future of Space United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn STS-110 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn STS-96 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
referencedIn Mission Photographs Taken During the Space Shuttle Program , 4/12/1981 - 7/21/2011 United States. National Archives and Records Administration
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memberOf Atlantis (Space shuttle) corporateBody
memberOf Discovery (Spacecraft) corporateBody
employeeOf Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center corporateBody
employeeOf Sandia national laboratories corporateBody
alumnusOrAlumnaOf San Diego State university corporateBody
alumnusOrAlumnaOf Stanford university corporateBody
employeeOf United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration corporateBody
Place Name Admin Code Country
La Mesa CA US
Houston TX US
Los Angeles CA US
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Astronauts
Engineers
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Astronauts
Engineers
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Birth 1958-05-10

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