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From Girlhood Pals To Life Partners: Tam O’Shaughnessy Reflects On Her Relationship With Astronaut Sally Ride
Cofounder of Sally Ride Science and Executive Director of Sall...
From her diagnosis with cancer to her death 17 months later, Sally and I became more publicly open about being a gay couple.
LEGO Launches Women Of NASA
LEGO’s new collection, “Women of NASA” features four game-changing space pioneers.
We Have Liftoff: Lego Set Honoring Women Of NASA Will Land On A Shelf Near You
From "Hidden Figures" to shiny plastic figurines!
Her Voyage of Discovery Took Her Where no American Woman Had Ever Been
Clay Haswell is host of the OurPaths community, where people c...
Sally Ride was a graduate student at Stanford when she answered an ad in the Stanford Daily and applied for a job with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, better known as NASA.
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Listen To Sally Ride Talk To Gloria Steinem About Facing Sexism As An Astronaut
Plus there's a beautifully animated film to bring life to the 1983 conversation.
New Google Doodle Honors Sally Ride, The First American Woman In Space
In a blog post for Google, the astronaut's life partner, Tam O’Shaughnessy, wrote that Ride would’ve been “honored” by Tuesday’s
The Gift of Sally Ride's Secret
Entrepreneur, Olympian, and author, 'Course Correction: A Stor...
Sally Ride led a bifurcated life too. She didn't forget part of herself, she just chose not to present it to the world. I am fascinated by her success in transforming the world while hiding part of herself.
The Commencement Address Sally Ride Never Gave
Author of 'Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space' and an ...
I think Ride's bold mission to the stars also addresses the gravity of twenty-first century Earthlings, and I've teased out some lessons from her exemplary adventure. Live by these, Class of 2014, and you will fly high without ever leaving the planet.
Guion Bluford, First African-American In Space, Launched Into Orbit 30 Years Ago
By Space.com, Space.com
"My desire was to make a contribution to the program," Bluford said in a statement from NASA. Giant Leaps: Top Milestones
NASA Needs More Women, Space Agency's Deputy Adminisrator Says
By Space.com, Space.com
"The latest data and surveys show females care greatly about improving the environment around them, and they care about helping
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An Anniversary of Celestial Proportions: Sally Ride and Mona Mahmoudnizhad
Homa Sabet Tavangar
Author & Global Education Adviser
On June 18, 1983, one nation sent its first young female scientist into space, while another government sent young women with high aspirations to the gallows.
Women In Space: 50 Years Of Female Astronauts, Cosmonauts (PHOTOS)
By Space.com, Space.com
NASA currently has 12 active female astronauts. 7 Notable Space Shuttle Astronauts How Valentina Tereshkova's 1963 Vostok
Graduates - Let Your Geek Flags Fly!
Julie Silard Kantor
President & CEO of Twomentor, LLC
We all can acknowledge that "Geeks" are becoming rock stars in the technology industry, and it seems as though our plugged-in, information-driven culture is starting to turn the tide. Yes ladies and gentlemen, Geek is becoming chic!
New Research Vessel To Be Named For Fallen Shuttle Astronaut
A High Five From Sally Ride on Advancing STEM Education
President, Broadcom Foundation
Sally Ride's most enduring legacy may well be empowering middle school teachers to expose kids to a wide range of exciting career opportunities that await them in science and engineering.
Neil Armstrong's Death: A Reminder Of Our Fallen Heroes
Cara Santa Maria
To be a young girl witnessing this amazing--and I don't use that term lightly--this amazing feat would have changed my life
Neil Armstrong's Death: A Reminder Of All Our Fallen Heroes
HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria expresses her gratitude for Neil Armstrong, Janice Voss, Sally Ride, Alan Poindexter, and all of the NASA astronauts who have committed their lives to science exploration.
Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride: Boldly Going Forward Into Myth
G. Roger Denson
Cultural critic published with Parkett, Art in America, Bijuts...
For Armstrong and Ride, who so actively inspired so many to follow their leads, death only greets the body. Their efforts live on as active and inspiring myths in the lives of those who learn of their boldness.
'One Small Step': Remembering Neil Armstrong
Robert L. Cavnar
Energy Veteran and Author, Founder, this-small-planet.com
Neil Armstrong represented all that was the ideal in our time. I'll never forget watching those grainy images that night, as Armstrong jumped off the ladder of the lander onto the surface of the moon.
Science, Innovation and Sally Ride
John J. Castellani
President and CEO of PhRMA
We should honor Sally's legacy by ensuring that our nation can build new generations of scientists who can help meet the many challenges before us today and tomorrow.
Filmmaker, writer and visual artist
Does the fact that you live a good life, are kind, work hard -- or are a hero as in Sally Ride's case -- become moot because you don't come out? I hope not.
Those Who Never Got to Fly
Athena Andreadis, PhD
Scientist by Day, Writer by Night
Women have become "common" in space flight - except that the total number of spacenauts who are women is still 11% of the total.
The Best LGBT Moments Of The Week July 23 - July 28
With so much hate continually aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, we like to take a moment every
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