RIDE SALLY The First American Woman In Space “ Our future lies with today’s kids and tomorrow’s space exploration.” -Dr. Sally Ride 50's Cool Things Rock and Roll Blue Jeans Poodle Skirts American Band Stand Colored TV World Happenings Rosa Parks refuses to get off the bus
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The First American Woman In Space
“Our future lies with today’s kids and tomorrow’s space exploration.”
-Dr. Sally Ride
Rock and Roll
American Band Stand
Rosa Parks refuses to get off the bus
Alaska and Hawaii become States
Star War’s Figures
Floppy Disk Invented
Atari was produced
The Brady Bunch
NASA Calls For Astronauts: More than 8,000 men and women applied to the space program this year. 35
six of whom
were women. The
trainees pack up and leave their families next Friday to begin training for the future space exploration. Good luck to all! –AbaGalaxyQuest Vol. 1 Issue 3
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Enough Said …
Teenage Mutant Turtles
Back To The Future
The Wonder Years
The Cosby Show
Fast Food Joints
McDonald’s became yummy
∙Sally went through training that included parachute jumping, water survival, gravity and weightless environment, and radio communication.
∙1983 Dr. Sally Ride became the first American woman in space on the shuttle The Challenger.
∙1984- Took her next flight for eight days on the challenger
∙1986- The Challenger blew up and Sally was part of the team to investigate the disaster.
∙1987- Sally officially retired from NASA.
“We need to impress upon students that engineering is creativity, it’s curiosity, it’s common sense, and cool stuff,” said Ride. “It’s not just geeks with pocket protectors.”
-Dr. Sally Ride