Mae Jemison is an inspiring figure whose story deserves to be told. She was the first African American woman to go into space and has accomplished many other impressive feats. This quotes compilation provides an in-depth look at her life and her quest to make a difference in the world.
We are glad to present you the most inspiring Science, Life, Space quotes from Mae Jemison, and much more.
About Mae Jemison
MAE JEMISON QUOTES ON SCIENCE
The arts and sciences are avatars of human creativity. — Mae Jemison
I was a science fiction geek. That lets you know that they come in all sizes and styles, right? — Mae Jemison
Science provides an understanding of a universal experience, and arts provides a universal understanding of a personal experience. — Mae Jemison
We look at science as something very elite, which only a few people can learn. That’s just not true. You just have to start early and give kids a foundation. Kids live up, or down, to expectations. — Mae Jemison
Kids come out of the chute liking science. They ask, ‘How come? Why? What’s this?’ They pick up stuff to examine it. We might not call that science, but it’s discovering the world around us. — Mae Jemison
MAE JEMISON QUOTES ON SPACE
People like space. But they sometimes have been left out. People are much more open to that if you invite them in. — Mae Jemison
I wanted to be a scientist, but I wanted to go into space. They are not mutually exclusive. — Mae Jemison
Some people say they feel very small when they think about space. I felt more expansive, very connected to the universe. — Mae Jemison
I believe the biggest impediment we have right now with going to Mars is public commitment. More people need to see themselves as a part of space travel; we need to see more inclusiveness. — Mae Jemison
Once I got into space, I was feeling very comfortable in the universe. I felt like I had a right to be anywhere in this universe, that I belonged here as much as any speck of stardust, any comet, any planet. — Mae Jemison
In space, you need to exercise your heart since it’s not pumping blood around at the same rate. — Mae Jemison
The really wonderful thing that happened to me when I was in space was this feeling of belonging to the entire universe. — Mae Jemison
I’d love to go into space again if there were a mission to Mars. I’d also love to go to a completely different planetary system, out of our solar system. — Mae Jemison
The reality is the majority of us will not get off this planet. So the long run is, some kind of space exploration has to benefit us here on Earth. — Mae Jemison
When I was a little girl, I thought when I had an opportunity to go into space, I thought I would at a minimum be working on Mars or another large planet because we were doing all of these incredible things. — Mae Jemison
In Mae Jemison Statements
When I left NASA, I was looking at how you could use space technologies for developing countries’ work. — Mae Jemison
MAE JEMISON QUOTES ON LIFE
The thing that I have done throughout my life is to do the best job that I can and to be me. — Mae Jemison
Who is Mae Jemison?
Mae Jemison is an American physician who was the first African American woman to become an astronaut.
Intuitive versus analytical? That’s a foolish choice. It’s foolish, just like trying to choose between being realistic or idealistic. You need both in life. — Mae Jemison
The reality is that we know that this universe, that our galaxy, has billions of stars. We know that stars have planets. So the likelihood that there is life somewhere else to me is just absolutely there. — Mae Jemison
Don’t let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It’s your place in the world; it’s your life. Go on and do all you can with it, and make it the life you want to live. — Mae Jemison
Greatness can be captured in one word: lifestyle. Life is God’s gift to you, style is what you make of it. — Mae Jemison
My perspective is the Earth will be here. It just may not be habitable to our life form. We get confused. We think we’re the center of everything. — Mae Jemison
I was sad to hear that he passed away, but at the same time i think that what we need to do is really to celebrate a life that was so incredibly full and impactful and beneficial to us. — Mae Jemison