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245 00 Counting the stars :|bthe story of Katherine Johnson, NASA
       mathematician|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
264  1 [United States] :|bDreamscape Media, LLC,|c2019. 
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508    Directed by Andy T. Jones. 
511 0  Narrated by Bahni Turpin. 
520    Before John Glenn orbited the Earth or astronauts walked 
       on the moon, a group of dedicated female mathematicians 
       known as "human computers" used their knowledge, pencils, 
       adding machines, and writing paper to calculate the 
       orbital mechanics needed to launch spacecraft. Katherine 
       Johnson was one of these mathematicians who used 
       trajectories and complex equations to chart the space 
       program. Even as Virginia's Jim Crow laws were in place in
       the early 1950s, Katherine worked analyzing data at the 
       NACA (later NASA) Langley laboratory. In 1962, as NASA 
       prepared for the orbital mission of John Glenn, Katherine 
       Johnson was called upon, and John Glenn said "get the 
       girl" (Katherine Johnson) to run the numbers by hand to 
       chart the complexity of the orbital flight. He knew that 
       his flight couldn't work without her unique skills. 
       President Barack Obama awarded Katherine Johnson the 
       Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015, and her incredible 
       life inspired the Oscar-nominated film Hidden Figures. 
521 8  Not rated. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Johnson, Katherine G.|vJuvenile films. 
610 10 United States.|bNational Aeronautics and Space 
       Administration|vBiography|vJuvenile films. 
650  0 African American women mathematicians|vBiography|vJuvenile
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650  0 Women mathematicians|vBiography|vJuvenile films. 
650  0 African American women|vBiography|vJuvenile films. 
650  1 African Americans|vBiography. 
650  1 Women|vBiography. 
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700 1  Cline-Ransome, Lesa,|eauthor. 
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       Lesa.|tCounting the stars. 
700 1  Colón, Raúl,|eillustrator. 
700 1  Turpin, Bahni,|enarrator. 
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