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VALENTINA TERESHKOVA
SVETLANA SAVITSKAYA
NEIL ARMSTRONG
CHRISTA MCAULIFFE
BUZZ ALDRIN
EDGAR MITCHELL
GORDON COOPER
GUY GARDNER
HARRISON SCHMITT
FRED HAISE
GUS GRISSOM
PETE CONRAD
STORY MUSGRAVE
ULF MERBOLD
VLADIMIR KOMAROV
ZHAI ZHIGANG
MICHAEL COLLINS
SCOTT CARPENTER
SALLY RIDE
MICHAEL ADAMS
MAE JEMISON
JOHN YOUNG
EILEEN COLLINS
ALAN SHEPARD
AFRICAN AMERICAN ASTRONAUTS
ALAN BEAN
AKIHIKO HOSHIDE
ALBERT SACCO
ALFRED WORDEN
ANATOLY ARTSEBARSKY
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BILL NELSON
APOLLO
AMERICAN ASTRONAUTS
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Valentina Tereshkova

  1. Valentina Tereshkova was born on March 6, 1937 in Maslennikovo, near Yaroslavl in western Russia.
  2. Valentina Tereshkova was born to a peasant family in the Yaroslavl' region of the former USSR in 1937.
  3. Valentina Tereshkova was chosen to fly aboard Vostok 6, scheduled for a June 16, 1963 launch date.
  4. Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman in space.
  5. Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman to fly in space.

Svetlana Savitskaya

  1. July 17, 1984 - launch of Soyuz-T 12 carrying Svetlana Savitskaya, who becomes the first woman to walk in space.
  2. In 1982, Soviet Svetlana Savitskaya became the second woman in space.
  3. She was preceded by two women in the Soviet space program, Valentina Tereshkova (in 1963) and Svetlana Savitskaya (in 1982).
  4. Carried Svetlana Savitskaya, Leonid Popov, Alexander Serebrov to Salyut 7 to conduct scientific and technical research and experiments.
  5. The first woman to perform an EVA was Cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya on July 25 1984 while aboard the Salyut 7 space station.

Neil Armstrong

  1. Neil Armstrong was not flying the LM simulator that day at any rate.
  2. Neil Armstrong was the Commander of the Apollo 11 rocket flight to the moon in 1969, and became the first man to set foot on the moon.
  3. Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon in actuality; he was the commander of Apollo 11.
  4. Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the moon.
  5. Neil Armstrong was the world's first to set foot on the mood and and Eugene Cernan was the last.

Christa Mcauliffe

  1. Christa McAuliffe is a 28-year old teacher attending Bowie State University as a graduate student in school administration.
  2. Christa McAuliffe is a 28-year old teacher attending Bowie State University as a graduate student in school administration.
  3. Christa McAuliffe is a great woman in history.
  4. Christa McAuliffe is a great woman in history.
  5. Christa McAuliffe was a Concord, New Hampshire, high school social studies teacher.

Buzz Aldrin

  1. Buzz Aldrin is a leading advocate of space exploration.
  2. Buzz Aldrin is called ' Buzz ' because he is actually descended from bees .
  3. Buzz Aldrin is the founder of a rocket design company called Starcraft Boosters, Inc.
  4. Buzz Aldrin is the most verbal and visible of all Apollo astronauts.
  5. Buzz Aldrin is the second.

Edgar Mitchell

  1. Edgar Mitchell was an American astronaut who was born on September 17, 1930, in Texas.
  2. Edgar Mitchell is a cocky idiot who is full of himself.
  3. Edgar Mitchell is a former NASA scientist and astronaut.
  4. Edgar Mitchell is a new age woo-woo, Charlie Duke is a Christian Minister.
  5. Edgar Mitchell is born on September 17, 1930, in Hereford, Texas, but spends his childhood and makes his first studies in Roswell and Artesia, New Mexico.

Gordon Cooper

  1. Gordon Cooper was one of America's original astronauts.
  2. Gordon Cooper was one of America's original astronauts.
  3. Gordon Cooper was one of the best trained US astronauts having flown on Mercury 9 and Gemini 5.
  4. Gordon Cooper was one of the original Mercury 7 and later commanded the Gemini V mission.
  5. Gordon Cooper was one of the original Mercury Seven astronauts and the last American to fly into space alone.

Guy Gardner

  1. Guy Gardner was the perfect choice to lead an assault on the moon of Qward.
  2. Guy Gardner is an American astronaut who was born on January 6, 1948, in Virginia.
  3. Guy Gardner is a former astronaut who teachers math and physics at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington.
  4. Guy Gardner is a fictional character , a comic book superhero published by DC Comics .
  5. Guy Gardner is a former astronaut who teachers math and physics at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington.

Harrison Schmitt

  1. Harrison Schmitt was an American astronaut who was born on July 3, 1935, in New Mexico.
  2. Harrison Schmitt was my roommate at Williams.
  3. Harrison Schmitt is another one of these godlike Uebermensch who became an Apollo astronaut.
  4. Harrison Schmitt is one of the last men to set foot on the moon, having been selected as a scientist-astronaut by NASA in 1965.
  5. Harrison Schmitt was a teaching fellow at Harvard in 1961 where he assisted in teaching a course in ore deposits.

Fred Haise

  1. Fred Haise is a retired NASA Astronaut, and was the pilot of the Lunar Module of the Apollo 13 mission.
  2. Fred Haise was going back to the Moon on Apollo 18, but his mission was canceled because of the budget cuts, he never flew in space again.
  3. Fred Haise was backup commander for Apollo 16 which was sitting on the pad that day.
  4. Fred Haise: Based on a limited flight time, I would say yes, I am disappointed that we have not gone farther -- to the moon again, and beyond.
  5. Fred Haise: For the specific mission we went into training three days after Apollo 11 landed.

Gus Grissom

  1. Gus Grissom was selected as one of the original seven astronauts.
  2. Gus Grissom: The conquest of space is worth the risk of life.
  3. Gus Grissom is a combat veteran of the Korean War, flying 100 combat missions in the F-86 Sabre with the 334th Fighter Interceptor Squadron.
  4. Gus Grissom was America's most experienced astronaut and if he had lived, he would have been the first man to walk on the moon.
  5. Gus Grissom was an American astronaut who was born on April 3, 1926, in Indiana.

Pete Conrad

  1. Pete Conrad is a shining example of that.
  2. Pete Conrad was a crewman on Apolla 12 and became the third man to walk on the Moon.
  3. Pete Conrad was a pilot, an explorer, an entrepreneur of the highest caliber.
  4. Pete Conrad was a pilot, explorer, and entrepreneur of the highest caliber.
  5. Pete Conrad was always going to die when he did, like us all when it happens it happens.

Story Musgrave

  1. Story Musgrave was selected as a scientist astronaut by NASA in 1967 and flew on six Space Shuttle flights with 1,282 hours logged in space.
  2. Story Musgrave is the only astronaut to have flown on all five Space Shuttles.
  3. Story Musgrave is a professional motivational speaker emphasizing leadership, teamwork, innovation and creativity.
  4. Story Musgrave is a professional motivational speaker emphasizing leadership, teamwork, innovation and creativity.
  5. Story Musgrave is an astronaut who was born on August 19, 1935, in Massachusetts.

Ulf Merbold

  1. Ulf Merbold was nominated in January 1995, as acting Head of the Astronauts Division at EAC.
  2. Ulf Merbold was the first ESA astronaut to fly in Space and the first non-American to fly on the Space Shuttle.
  3. Ulf Merbold was a physicist and veteran of two U.S. Space Shuttle missions.
  4. Ulf Merbold is an astronaut who was born on June 20, 1941, in East Germany.
  5. Ulf Merbold is an astronaut who was born on June 20, 1941, in East Germany.

Vladimir Komarov

  1. Vladimir Komarov was a cosmonaut who was born on March 16, 1927, in Moscow.

Zhai Zhigang

  1. Y--ng L--w--i was picked for the flight, with Zhai Zhigang ranked second ahead of Ni-- H--ish--ng.
  2. Mission commander Zhai Zhigang waves Chinese flag after emerging from his spaceship.
  3. Zhai Zhigang's spacewalk, using a Feitian space suit, made China the third country to independently carry out an EVA.
  4. Astronauts Zhai Zhigang, Liu Boming, and Jing Haipeng came back from a 68-hour flight, which included a 20-minute spacewalk on Saturday.
  5. Shenzhou VII's spacewalk: Zhai Zhigang made China's first spacewalk on Saturday, working outside Shenzhou VII for about 14 minutes.

Michael Collins

  1. Michael Collins was Command Module Pilot on the Apollo 11 mission that brought the fist humans onto the surface of our moon.
  2. Michael Collins was command module pilot of the historic Apollo 11 mission to the moon in July 1969.
  3. Michael Collins was the command module Pilot of Apollo 11.
  4. Michael Collins was the command module pilot for Apollo 11, the 1969 American space mission which landed the first humans on the moon.
  5. Michael Collins was the first CAPCOM on duty and at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds after launch radioed, "Apollo 8.

Scott Carpenter

  1. Scott Carpenter is a former NASA astronaut and one of the original Project Mercury "Mercury 7" astronauts.
  2. Scott Carpenter - One of the seven original NASA astronauts.
  3. Scott Carpenter is a Korean War hero, former Navy test pilot and one of seven men chosen for Project Mercury, America's first group of astronauts.
  4. Scott Carpenter was an American astronaut who was born on May 1, 1925 in Colorado.
  5. Scott Carpenter was my favorite.

Sally Ride

  1. Sally Ride is a former astronaut and the first American woman to reach outer space.
  2. Sally Ride is the only person to have worked on investigations into both the Challenger and Columbia shuttle disasters.
  3. Sally Ride is the first American female astronaut in space.
  4. Sally Ride is a Ph.D. physicist and of course also a former NASA astronaut who was the first American woman in space.
  5. Sally Ride is a Ph.D. physicist and of course also a former NASA astronaut who was the first American woman in space.

Michael Adams

  1. Michael Adams was posthumously awarded astronaut wings for his last flight in the X-15-3, which had attained an altitude of 266,000 feet (81.1 km).
  2. Michael Adams was awarded his Astronaut Wings posthumously after he was killed on his only flight above 50 miles.
  3. Michael Adams was a British correspondent in Egypt, watching the events unfold.
  4. Michael Adams was dead and the X-15 destroyed.
  5. Michael Adams was killed on November 15, 1967, when he became disoriented after a mechanical malfunction and the number three aircraft disintegrated.

Mae Jemison

  1. Mae Jemison is an American astronaut who was born on October 17, 1956, in Alabama.
  2. Mae Jemison is a great person and you should learn more about her.
  3. Mae Jemison is a great person and you should learn more about her.
  4. Mae Jemison is a living testimony.
  5. Mae Jemison is a living testimony.

John Young

  1. John Young was the 1st human to fly in space 6 times and launch 7 times, 6 times from Earth and once from the moon.
  2. John Young is the only astronaut to pilot four different types of spacecraft, flying in the Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle programs.
  3. John Young is an American astronaut who was born on September 24, 1930, in California.
  4. John Young is an American astronaut who was born on September 24, 1930, in California.
  5. John Young is the longest serving astronaut in history.

Eileen Collins

  1. Eileen Collins is an American astronaut who was born on November 19, 1956, in New York.
  2. Eileen Collins was the first woman to command a space mission on the STS-93 Space Shuttle flight.
  3. Eileen Collins is a wife and mother.
  4. Eileen Collins is a wife and mother.
  5. Eileen Collins is an American astronaut who was born on November 19, 1956, in New York.

Alan Shepard

  1. Alan Shepard was the first American to fly in space, and the second person in the world to successfully do so.
  2. Alan Shepard is the first U.S. astronaut in space.
  3. Alan Shepard was one of seven men chosen from over 500 candidates to be a member of the first group of astronauts in 1959.
  4. Alan Shepard is the only person to hit a golf ball on the moon.
  5. Alan Shepard is the only person to hit a golf ball on the moon.

African American Astronauts

  1. This collection of photographs contains images of African American astronauts.
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Alan Bean

  1. Alan Bean was an American astronaut who was born on March 15, 1932 in Texas.
  2. Alan Bean was one of the third group of astronauts named by NASA in October 1963.
  3. Alan Bean was one of the third group of astronauts named by NASA in October 1963.
  4. Alan Bean was one of the third group of astronauts named by NASA in October 1963.
  5. ALAN BEAN is the fourth man to set foot on the moon and the second to lead a Skylab mission.

Akihiko Hoshide

  1. Akihiko Hoshide was born in 1968, in Tokyo.
  2. Akihiko Hoshide was assigned earlier to STS-124.

Albert Sacco

  1. Dr. Albert Sacco of Belmont had a personal relationship with the Columbia and its crew, having flown on the shuttle in 1995.
  2. On the front row, left to right, are Albert Sacco Jr., payload specialist, Kent V. Rominger, pilot, and Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, mission specialist.

Alfred Worden

  1. Alfred Worden was an American astronaut who was born on February 7, 1932, in Michigan.
  2. Alfred Worden was an American astronaut who was born on February 7, 1932, in Michigan.
  3. Alfred Worden was one of nineteen astronauts selected by NASA in April, 1966.
  4. Alfred Worden was one of nineteen astronauts selected by NASA in April, 1966.
  5. AlFred Worden is a retired Colonel in the Air Force, and served as the Command Module pilot for Apollo 15.

Anatoly Artsebarsky

  1. Anatoly Artsebarsky is a cosmonaut who was born on September 9, 1956, in the Ukraine.
  2. Anatoly Artsebarsky is a cosmonaut who was born on September 9, 1956, in the Ukraine.

Astronauts

  1. The astronauts were carried to the ship by helicopter, and the CM was retrieved and placed on board.
  2. Astronauts were eligible if they had made their first flight no later than 1991 and had been retired for at least five years from the astronaut corps.
  3. Astronauts are a bunch of brothers and sisters, OK, and they'll cover each other's backsides because they're part of the team," he said.
  4. The astronauts are instructed to move to the Lunar Module and power down.
  5. Astronauts are also required astronaut carpenter to accrue a number of flight hours in high-performance jet aircraft.

Bill Nelson

  1. Bill Nelson was a member of the House and chairman of the House Budget Committee when he got a chance to fly on the space shuttle.
  2. Bill Nelson was a senior.
  3. Bill Nelson was the reason he was standing there.
  4. Bill Nelson was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2000.
  5. His crew, which included Congressman (later to be Senator) Bill Nelson, deployed a communications satellite.

Apollo

  1. Apollo was a "get it working and out-the-door" kind of project.
  2. Apollo was a good start, but there is much to do and learn.
  3. Apollo was a national programme to beat the Soviet Union in the Cold War but now it just does not have the impetus.
  4. Apollo was an incredible mixture of large and small, of huge structures and miniaturised equipment.
  5. Apollo was one of the great triumphs of modern technology.

American Astronauts

  1. This flight resulted in the historic meeting in space between American astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts.
  2. The Apollo-Soyuz mission was his last spaceflight—and the first meeting in space of American astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts.
  3. Though commonly considered to be the first group, the second group of American astronauts was selected for Project Mercury by NASA in April 1959.
  4. American astronauts are slated to visit the station aboard Space Shuttle Discovery in July bringing needed supplies and parts.

Brian Binnie

  1. Brian Binnie is one of the test pilots for SpaceShipOne, the experimental spaceplane developed by Scaled Composites.

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