Sally Ride

Sally Ride became the first American woman in space in 1983, when she flew aboard the space shuttle Challenger on NASA's seventh space shuttle mission. Over her career as an astronaut she logged more than 343 hours in space. She was a professor at San Diego University and the Director of the California Space Institute. Sally Ride lived in southern California.


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Mission: Save the Planet

Sally Ride and Tam O'Shaughnessy
Flash Point

PRACTICAL STEPS TO SAVE THE PLANET A how-to companion packed with simple things kids can do to have an impact. From simple measures like turning off...


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Mission: Planet Earth

Sally Ride and Tam O'Shaughnessy
Flash Point

From an American hero and dedicated scientist: A compelling introduction to the changes taking place in Earth's climate, written for the audience that matters...


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Voyages: Space
Kingfisher Voyages
Mike Goldsmith; Sally Ride
Kingfisher

Join Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, who will be your guide as you explore the mysteries of the universe. Look at planets, stars, meteors,...


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