Sally Ride

Sally Kristen Ride (May 26, 1951 – July 23, 2012) was an American astronaut and physicist.

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Reagan Library unveils statue of Sally Ride, debuts song to honor 1st American woman in space

40 years ago today, on June 18, 1983, Astronaut Sally Ride became the first American woman to go into space, aboard the shuttle mission STS-7.

Astronaut Sally Ride brought women and the LGBTQ+ community to the final frontier 40 years ago

NASA astronaut Sally Ride statue to be unveiled in Los Angeles on July 4

Northrop Grumman’s NG-18 Cygnus spacecraft, the SS Sally Ride, was successfully captured by the ISS this morning with just one solar array deployed.

Northrop Grumman Names Next Cygnus Mission After Space Pioneer Sally Ride

Northrop Grumman names 'SS Sally Ride' cargo craft for first US woman in space

US Mint ornament features astronaut Sally Ride quarter at its center

Statue of Sally Ride, first American woman in space, unveiled at aviation museum

Statue of Sally Ride, first American woman in space, to be unveiled at Cradle of Aviation

Coin honoring Sally Ride, first US woman in space, enters circulation

US Mint reveals final design for astronaut Sally Ride 2022 quarter

Astronaut Sally Ride among Fisher-Price's new Little People Collector figures

Sally Ride's Enduring Legacy

Sally Ride coin designs recommended for 2022 American Women quarter

US Mint to honor astronaut Sally Ride on 'American Women' quarter