A biography of the California astrophysicist who became, with the second mission of the Challenger spacecraft in June 1983, the first American woman and the youngest American astronaut to orbit the earth.
|Statement||by June Behrens.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|LC Classifications||TL789.85.R53 B44 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||83023173|
At age 32 Sally Ride was not only the first American woman in space, she was also the youngest astronaut in NASA's history-male or female. This book highlights her accomplishments and describes her training. Other women astronauts are introduced and the Challenger's excursions are described. NASA photographs and captions support the text. books by sally & tam Sally Ride wasn’t just a pioneering astronaut. With coauthor Tam O’Shaughnessy, she was also an award-winning children’s science writer. In , journalist Lynn Sherr released a book about Sally Ride called " Sally Ride: America's First Woman In Space." Sherr had covered Ride's career extensively while working for ABC News, and Author: Kim Ann Zimmermann. Sally Ride, American astronaut, the first American woman to travel into outer space. Only two other women preceded her: Valentina Tereshkova () and Svetlana Savitskaya (), both from the former Soviet Union. Ride showed great early promise as a tennis player, but she eventually gave up her.
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