A Galaxy of Her Own: Amazing Stories of Women in Space
"Gorgeous" -- Emma Gannon, blogger, author and presenter of CTRL ALT DELETE podcast "An important and beautiful book ... you will want to own this" -- Dallas Campbell, author and TV presenter "Celebrates the fact that space is an equal opportunities environment, that women can and should be involved in the huge array of opportunities in the world of space exploration" * Radio 4 Today * "Will suitably inspire trailblazers of all ages" * Irish News * "A wonderful read" * BBC World News * "Brilliantly readable" -- Radcliffe & Maconie * BBC 6 Music * "Needs to be on every space-lover's Christmas list" -- Hannah Beckerman, journalist and author "A wonderful book! Beautifully written and put together" -- Ahrani Logan, journalist, producer and CEO "Reveals extraordinary stories, champions unsung heroes and celebrates remarkable achievements from around the world" * RTE Guide * "A beautifully put together book" * City Kids West magazine * "A beautifully produced book written by a great writer, by someone with a wonderful knowledge of and love of her subject" * Cumbrian Sky *
Libby Jackson is one of Britain's foremost space experts, and is the Human Spaceflight and Microgravity Programme Manager for the UK Space Agency. Libby's career working in the space industry began when she applied for work experience at NASA aged 17 from her secondary school in Kent. Weeks later she was sitting in Mission Control in Houston. 10 years on, and after completing a physics degree at Imperial College, she was back working at Mission Control from the European Space Agency side in Munich. Since then she has worked as a Columbus Flight Director on missions to the International Space Station. From 2014 - 2016, she managed the hugely successful UK Space Agency education and outreach programmes that supported Tim Peake's mission.