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Tereshkova

Valentina Vladimirovna . born 1937, Soviet cosmonaut; first woman in space (1963)
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The first Soviet cosmonauts, left to right, Gherman Titov, Andrian Nikolayev, Valentina Tereshkova, Yuri Gagarin and Valery Bykovsky An autographed Nasa picture of James van Hoften's space walk to deploy one of three communication satellites from the Space Shuttle in 1985 FACT FILE Ronald "Ronnie" Bedford OBE | RONNIE BEDFORD died in 2012 aged 90 and, honouring his wish that the archive should be released "to give as much pleasure to people as possible", his wife Thelma has consigned it to a sale at The Canterbury Auction Galleries.
Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space impossipuzzles Clem emptied the bag of kalotan kobels on the the table.
On June 16, 1963, Valentina Tereshkova went where no woman had gone before.
For decades, Russian as well as Western publications on Soviet space history have frequently centered around iconic heroes such as the "grandfather of cosmonautics" Konstantin Tsiolkovskii, his alleged heir Sergei Korolev, and cosmonauts such as Iurii Gagarin, German Titov, and (maybe) Valentina Tereshkova. They were the main ingredients needed for a "master narrative" of Soviet space conquest.
This is where the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, trained for his 1961 mission, as did the first woman in space, Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova, for her 1963 mission.
Fearless Women features women who have been "frontrunners," such as Benazir Bhutto, first female prime minister of Pakistan, and Valentina Tereshkova, first woman in space.
He was there when Valentina Tereshkova and German Titov landed," Mikhail said.
Then they put the first woman, Valentina Tereshkova, into orbit.
The first woman on Earth to fly into space was Russian Valentina Tereshkova in 1963, who is still remembered by her flight call-sign "Chaika" ("Seagull").
During Friday's Duma session, lawmaker Valentina Tereshkova supported the decision to cancel the debt, which was accrued in the 1970s and 1980s, reminding her colleagues that following the Chernobyl disaster of 1986, Cuba welcomed 40,000 Soviet children to its shores to aid their recovery.
Synopsis: When Valentina Tereshkova blasted off aboard Vostok 6 on June 16, 1963, she became the first woman to rocket into space.
Former Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova is 77.