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Chelsea Vorpahl 18h
Here, Here for a co-ed moon!
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Rosie Riveters 39m
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Fabiana Milza 12h
4 reasons why women are best suited for spaceflight: 1.Smaller 2.Suffer less from spaceflight physical effects 3.Personality traits suited for long-duration mission 4.Populating another world requires reproduction
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Dr. Tricia L Larose Jun 17
I am the only female PI for all selected spaceflight experiments. Come on - we can do better!
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Space for Humanity Jun 17
Svetlana Savitskaya flew aboard Soyuz in 1982, becoming the second woman ever in space. In 1984, she became the first woman to go to space twice and the first woman to perform a spacewalk.
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Dr. Tricia L Larose Jun 19
Here’s why women may be the best suited for spaceflight via
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Space for Humanity Jun 19
Helen Sharman became the first British person to fly in space when she visited the Mir space station aboard the Soyuz TM-12 in 1991. During this flight, she also became the first woman to visit the Mir space station.
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Kristen Facciol Mar 1
I just found out that I’ll be on console providing support for the FIRST ALL FEMALE SPACEWALK with and and I can not contain my excitement!!!!
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Space for Humanity Jun 16
On this day in 1963, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman ever to travel to space, orbiting the earth 48 times over 3 days.
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FlyGirls Jun 16
56 years ago today, Dr. Valentina Tereshkova made a historic journey into space, becoming the first woman to do so! Watch this rare 2015 interview with her at the !
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Leah Nolan Jun 15
Here’s to the past, present, and future of Space Queens 💫🔭🛰👑
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Dr Kierann Shah Jun 20
Hey have you seen this video? it was shared with me by one of my teacher colleagues. Definitely relevant for and
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Katrina Hamilton Apr 10
Kate Bouman with her image data for the black hole & Margaret Hamilton with her code for the Apollo mission! Love the parallels between these inspiring women!
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steph wainwright Jun 23
Had an amazing time listening to the wonderful and at what a truly amazing woman!!!
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Nina Stachenfeld Apr 10
Katie Bouman, the MIT graduate student who created the algorithm to produce this image is not mentioned in this article. All the male astronomers are featured.
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The Mars Society Jun 18
Womankind's giant leap: who will be the first female moonwalker? via
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Judith Beck Jun 20
: „Eileen Collins piloted a Shuttle Mission, then had a baby. She came back, piloted a shuttle mission, then had another baby. Then came back & was commander of a mission.“ Best argument to proof to employers that family does not slow women down.
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Karen Rucker Jun 23
meatball earrings ✅ necklace ✅ tshirt ✅ Ready for this 🚀
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SWISE-SDSU Feb 27
Are you interested in a exploration career? 🚀✨Check out our career resources page at 💫
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Dr Charly Feldman Jun 23
Got to meet the wonderful and lovely today, talking about the inspirational and amazing WALLY!!! Wally Funk, one of the Mercury 13.
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