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vintagenasa:

“These six Mission Specialist/Astronaut candidates are the first women to be named by NASA for the space program. They are, left to right, Margaret R. (Rhea) Sedon, Anna L. Fisher, Judith A. Resnik, Shannon W. Lucid, Sally K. Ride and Kathryn D. Sullivan. The six women, 14 other Mission Specialist candidates and 15 Pilot candidates began a two-year training program in July 1978.”

From “Space Shuttle: America’s Wings to the Future” by Marshall H. Kaplan, Ph. D. 1978

vintagenasa:

“These six Mission Specialist/Astronaut candidates are the first women to be named by NASA for the space program. They are, left to right, Margaret R. (Rhea) Sedon, Anna L. Fisher, Judith A. Resnik, Shannon W. Lucid, Sally K. Ride and Kathryn D. Sullivan. The six women, 14 other Mission Specialist candidates and 15 Pilot candidates began a two-year training program in July 1978.”

From “Space Shuttle: America’s Wings to the Future” by Marshall H. Kaplan, Ph. D. 1978

Notes

  1. kaiyves reblogged this from spaceandstuffidk and added:
    You’ve read that book, too? It’s INCREDIBLE. Also, I admire every one of them so much. So yeah, Kathy Sullivan and...
  2. abcstarstuff reblogged this from spaceandstuffidk

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