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Sally Kristen Ride (1951-2012)
« dnia: Lipiec 24, 2012, 00:24 »
23 lipca 2012 roku zmarła po kilkunastomiesięcznej walce z rakiem trzecia kobieta w kosmosie - dr Sally Ride.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sally_Ride
http://www.nasa.gov/topics/people/features/ride.html
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« Odpowiedź #1 dnia: Lipiec 24, 2012, 18:36 »
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« Odpowiedź #2 dnia: Lipiec 25, 2012, 07:36 »
23 lipca 2012 roku zmarła po kilkunastomiesięcznej walce z rakiem trzecia kobieta w kosmosie - dr Sally Ride.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sally_Ride
http://www.nasa.gov/topics/people/features/ride.html

Może wyjdę na buraka, ale kto był drugą kobietą w kosmosie? Chyba jakaś obywatelka ZSRR?

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« Odpowiedź #4 dnia: Lipiec 25, 2012, 08:14 »

Może wyjdę na buraka, ale kto był drugą kobietą w kosmosie? Chyba jakaś obywatelka ZSRR?

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« Odpowiedź #5 dnia: Lipiec 26, 2012, 23:07 »
Pozwolę sobie tutaj dodać, że ja pamiętam najbardziej dr Sally Ride z jej udziału w obradach komisji Augustine w 2009 roku. Pamiętam jej kwestie w sprawie wahadłowców, choć najbardziej w pamięci mi utkwiły slajdy z potencjalnymi trybami rozwoju eksploracji załogowej. To właśnie z nich się na "oficjalnie" dowiedzieliśmy, że jeśli Constellation miałoby być kontynuowane, to Ares V powstanie około 2030 roku. Także było wówczas widać, że pewne zalety przyniosą załogowe loty komercyjne, a wcześniejsza deorbitacja ISS oznaczać będzie brak celów wypraw.

To była naprawdę seria świetnych analiz, pokazujących jak ważne jest długoterminowe wspieranie rozwoju astronautyki - nie tylko rzucenie celu i następnie obcinanie funduszy.

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« Odpowiedź #6 dnia: Lipiec 28, 2012, 22:15 »
Mały artykuł podsumowujący dokonania Sally Ride znalazł się także na Kosmonaucie.
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« Odpowiedź #7 dnia: Grudzień 16, 2017, 00:34 »
First American woman in space Sally Ride to appear on 2018 US postage stamp



December 13, 2017 — America's first woman in space will become the second NASA astronaut to be honored with a United States postage stamp in 2018. (...)

"As a young girl, Sally collected stamps. She would be so honored to now appear on a stamp!" Tam O'Shaughnessy, Ride's life partner, said in a statement issued by Sally Ride Science, a non-profit Ride and O'Shaughnessy co-founded to promote learning and careers in STEM.

"It was a great pleasure working with the Postal Service on the Sally Ride commemorative stamp," she added. (...)

http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-121317a-sally-ride-2018-usps-stamp.html

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« Odpowiedź #8 dnia: Marzec 08, 2018, 09:18 »
Ukazanie się znaczka zaplanowano na  23 maja 2018.

New US postage stamp for astronaut Sally Ride gets May 'launch' date

March 1, 2018 — A new U.S. postage stamp honoring the late Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly into space, now has a launch date.

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) on Wednesday (Feb. 28) set May 23, 2018 as the first day of issue for its Sally Ride commemorative Forever stamp. A ceremony will be held in La Jolla, California.

More details about the stamp's dedication will be released at a later date, the USPS said. (...)

http://www.collectspace.com//news/news-030118a-sally-ride-usps-stamp-date.html

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« Odpowiedź #9 dnia: Czerwiec 04, 2018, 17:40 »
Uroczystości związane z wprowadzeniem do obiegu znaczka z podobizną pierwszej Amerykanki w kosmosie.

USPS ceremony dedicates 'amazing' Sally Ride Forever postage stamp


Tennis legend Billie Jean King (second from left) and former NASA astronaut Ellen Ochoa (second from right) join U.S. Postal Service and University of California San Diego officials at the dedication of the new Sally Ride Forever postage stamp. (USPS/Daniel Afzal)

May 24, 2018 — Maybe it was the spotlight, or perhaps it was the skill of the artist who had created her likeness, but Sally Ride seemed to glow as the curtain fell, revealing the larger than life art for the U.S. postage stamp depicting the late astronaut.

"That is an amazing stamp! It captures Sally's warm smile, and that mischievous little twinkle in her eye. It's drop dead gorgeous," exclaimed Tam O'Shaughnessy, Ride's life and business partner, at the ceremony held Wednesday (May 23) to dedicate the United States Postal Service's (USPS) new commemorative honoring the first American woman to fly in space. (...)


Sally Ride's mother Joyce admires the artwork for the new postage stamp issued in her daughter's honor. (USPS/Daniel Afzal)
http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-052418a-sally-ride-stamp-dedication.html

Sally Ride stamp launches for sale, USPS offers first-day-of-issue collectibles


The official first day of issue postmark for the United States Postal Service's Sally Ride postage stamps features a facsimile of the late astronaut's autograph, as issued on May 23, 2018. (USPS/cS)

May 23, 2018 — America's first woman in space can now be found at your local U.S. post office.

The United States Postal Service (USPS) on Wednesday (May 23) launched sales of a new postage stamp honoring Sally Ride. The commemorative issue features a portrait of the astronaut in her light blue flight suit with a depiction of the space shuttle lifting off in the background. (...)
http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-052318a-sally-ride-stamp-collecting.html

Sally Ride's stamp: The story of an astronaut's philatelic portrait

May 22, 2018 — Sally Ride did not know it at the time, there is no way she could have, but a photo that she autographed 35 years ago would provide the inspiration for her portrait on a new U.S. postage stamp.



http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-052218a-designing-sally-ride-stamp.html

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« Odpowiedź #10 dnia: Czerwiec 18, 2018, 00:16 »
35 lat mija dziś od startu astronautki do jej pierwszego lotu w kosmos









Ride, Sally Ride: 35 Years Since America's First Woman in Space
By Ben Evans June 17th, 2018


In her post-NASA career, Sally Ride established “Sally Ride Science” to inspire children to become interested in science and space exploration. Photo Credit: Sally Ride Science

(...) By early 1983, the STS-7 launch date had slipped from late spring to early summer and on the morning of 18 June the astronauts departed the Operations & Checkout (O&C) Building at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida, bound for Pad 39A and the shuttle. When they reached the pad, Crippen turned to his crewmates and told them that they had just said goodbye to the last sane people in the facility, “because we’ve got to be crazy to do what we’re doing!” Their countdown proceeded smoothly and at 11:33 a.m. EDT Challenger rose from Earth to begin her second mission into space. This was fortuitous, for the deployment “windows” of Canada’s Anik-C2 and Indonesia’s Palapa-B1 communications were so short that only five minutes were available to launch on 18 June. (...)

Ride’s accomplishment in becoming the first U.S. woman in space was magnified a year later, in October 1984, when she flew again. A third mission was on the cards, but the loss of Challenger in early 1986 marked the end of her astronaut career. Since her flight, 45 further American women have followed in her footsteps—including Expedition 56’s Serena Auñón-Chancellor, who arrived aboard the International Space Station (ISS) a few days ago—and secured a raft of achievements for the United States. Kathy Sullivan became the first female U.S. spacewalker, Shannon Lucid the first U.S. woman to fly a long-duration mission to a space station, Eileen Collins the first woman to pilot and command the shuttle and Peggy Whitson the first woman to command a space station. Others, sadly, died whilst reaching for the stars: Ride’s classmate, Judy Resnik, aboard Challenger’s final flight, together with Laurel Clark and Kalpana Chawla aboard STS-107.

The human space program for women has changed markedly since Ride’s flight, 35 summers ago. Whilst the early shuttle-era astronaut classes included a mere handful of women astronauts, the two most recent groups—selected in June 2013 and last year—have seen women fill about half of their ranks. It is an indicator, perhaps, that the importance of U.S. women in space continues to grow.
http://www.americaspace.com/2018/06/17/ride-sally-ride-35-years-since-americas-first-woman-in-space/#more-104568

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/35-who-made-a-difference-sally-ride-115135674/

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« Odpowiedź #11 dnia: Czerwiec 18, 2018, 08:12 »
Galeria zdjęć Sally Ride na stronie NASA



On June 15, 1983, three days before launch aboard Space Shuttle Challenger, Sally Ride takes a last look at Houston before taking off in a T-38 jet, bound for NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

https://www.nasa.gov/topics/people/galleries/ride.html

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« Odpowiedź #12 dnia: Czerwiec 24, 2018, 00:01 »
O kolekcji znaczków astronautki

Sally Ride's space stamp collection: Inside the astronaut's albums


The first American woman in space collected stamps honoring the world's first woman in space long before Sally Ride met Valentina Tereshkova. (USPS/Daniel Afzal)

June 19, 2018– Long before Sally Ride left her stamp on space history, the famed astronaut discovered a passion for collecting space stamps.

Ride, who became the first American woman to fly in space 35 years ago Monday (June 18), was honored last month with a U.S. postage stamp of her own. Though she did not live long enough to see it — Ride died at the age of 61 in 2012 — her partner Tam O'Shaughnessy said Ride would have been "thrilled beyond belief." (...)

http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-061918a-sally-ride-stamp-collection.html
https://www.linns.com/news/us-stamps-postal-history/2018/june/stamp-collecting-side-astronaut-sally-ride.html

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« Odpowiedź #13 dnia: Lipiec 23, 2018, 22:55 »
Dziś mija 6 lat od śmierci astronautki.
Zmarła dokładnie 13 lat po tym , jak pierwsza kobieta poleciała wahadłowcem jako dowódca.

Russian woman paved the way for Sally Ride, other women to fly in space
By Daniel Uria  |  Updated July 23, 2018 at 1:33 PM

(...) When she was chosen to become the first American woman in space aboard STS-7 in 1983, Ride faced many of the same challenges and pressures Tereshkova did.

Even in the years after, Ride still faced reporters who wanted to know if she would cry if something went wrong in the space flight simulator. Some even joked that a delay of her historic 1983 flight was the result of Ride searching for a handbag to match her shoes -- echoes of the days of Tereshkova.

"There's really these awkward moments where here's Sally Ride, who is sort of the epitome of what feminism is, that women can do it all, women can be astronauts, but yet the media continues to rely on these stereotypes that women and technology don't mix, women and science don't mix," Ross-Nazzal said.

The media coverage was compounded with pressure, for both Ride and Tereshkova, to prove they were capable of completing a space flight. (...)

https://www.upi.com/Sally-Ride-was-a-space-pioneer-who-influenced-many-women-who-followed/6221531189680/