Roman also broke the ground in other areas. In addition to being the first major astronomer, she was the first woman executive director at NASA. In 1962, he was led by a team behind NASA's first successful astronomical mission, the Orbiting Solar Observatory-1. Such as Washington Post He noticed, Roman was interested in space at an early age and encouraged women to mathematics and natural sciences in the light of the resistance he faced when he became an astronomer.
She also aids in missions for Earth mapping satellites and other orbiting observatories. All in all, Roman played an important role not only in running the early NASA, but in setting up his current flow – many cosmic discoveries made in recent years can be attributed to the use of space telescopes. She will miss her.