But the only mother wasn't sure if she could afford to do it.
Jackson, 32, is working on his Ph.D. in solar physics at Georgia State University in Atlanta.
"I'm a kind of girl," she said. "I want to use my mathematical background to try to predict sunlight and rays."
It's a paid internship, but movement is expensive. Jackson said she was to fly with her daughter, Jewel Henry, to Texas, find a place to live, rent a car, and continue paying her bills at home, so she has a place to stay after her internship.  "This is great, a great opportunity, a lifetime dream," Jackson said. "I just didn't know how to do it."
"I didn't want her knocking down the opportunity just because she couldn't get out there," Fuller said. "I knew how much it meant to her."
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Fuller said she had never tried crowdfunding before, but it worked. The campaign stopped taking donations after a day because it had passed the $ 8,000 goal.
"I've got great support from all over the world," Jackson said.
Jackson hopes to complete his doctorate in 2022 and plans to attempt a research professor at a University of the Atlanta area.
"I always want to teach, I will always teach, even if it is part-time. I will always be a university instructor, whether it be math or physics," she said.
But she hopes that NASA is also part of her future.
"If I have the opportunity, I will absolutely love working for NASA and [my] is the ultimate life goal to reach the international space station. If it were possible for me to do it in any way, I would Certainly take these steps to make it happen, "she said.
"It will be a difficult thing to do, but what I have done so far has been difficult so it is not impossible for me to make it happen."