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“Meet the ‘Hidden Figures’ Mathematician who helped send Americans into space”. Amina Khan. Los Angeles Times. 2017. Interview.

“Approximate Solution for Flight-Path Angle of Reentry Vehicle in the Upper Atmosphere”. Johnson, Katherine G.; White, Jack A. NASA Langley Research Center. 1962. Technical Report.

“The Orbital Behavior of the Echo I Satellite and its Rocket Casing During the First 500 Days”. Johnson, Katherine G.; Westrick, Gertrude C. NASA Langley Research Center, 1962. Technical Report.

“Determination of Azimuth Angle at Burnout for Placing a Satellite Over a Selected Earth Position”. Skopinski, T. H.; Johnson, Katherine G. NASA Langley Research Center. 1960. Technical Report.

“Simplified Interplanetary Guidance Procedures Using Onboard Optical Measurements”. Harold A. Hamer, Katherine G. Johnson. NASA Langley Research Center. 1972. Technical Report.

“Pseudosteady-State Analysis of Nonlinear Aircraft Maneuvers”. John W. Young, Albert A. Schy, Katherine G. Johnson. NASA Langley Research Center. 1980. Technical Report.

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“Effects of Model Error on Control of Large Flexible Space Antenne with Comparisons of Decoupled and Linear Quadratic Regulator Control Procedures”. Harold A. Hamer, Katherine G. Johnson. NASA Langley Research Center. 1986. Technical Report.

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