From Optics to Outer Space: OSA Fellow Ellen Ochoa

Kim Douglass

OSA Fellow Ellen Ochoa is the first Hispanic woman astronaut, which means she is a very public figure. Originally from rolling hills just east of San Diego, she has spent nearly 1,000 hours in space.

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From Optics to Outer Space: OSA Fellow Ellen Ochoa

Kim Douglass

OSA Fellow Ellen Ochoa is the first Hispanic woman astronaut, which means she is a very public figure. Originally from rolling hills just east of San Diego, she has spent nearly 1,000 hours in space.

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Publish Date: 01 February 2003


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