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Names in Space explorationproject by Zhukatinskaya Elizabeth ”Anyone who has spent any time in space will love it for the rest of their lives”Valentina Tereshkova June 16, 1963 “Hey sky, take off your hat. I’m on my way!” Hero of the Soviet Union "Once you've been in space, you appreciate how small and fragile the Earth is." Thank you for your attention!!!
Everybody is interested in knowing about the unknown. People have always been curious to know about worlds that are outside our planet. This curiosity has made them reach out and explore space.
A lot of people, both men and women, have travelled into space after Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space in 1961.
Valentina Tereshkova was the first woman to go into space.
Tereshkova volunteered for the Soviet space program. Although she did not have any experience as a pilot, she was accepted into the program because of her 126 parachute jumps. She received 18 months of intensive training, which included tests to determine how she would react to long periods of time being alone, to extreme gravity conditions and to zero-gravity conditions.
Tereshkova was launched aboard Vostok 6 on June 16, 1963 and became the first woman to fly in space.
The first woman to travel in space, she called out, “Hey sky, take off your hat. I’m on my way!” as the craft took off. She spent almost three days in space and orbited Earth 48 times. That was her only trip into space.
Tereshkova was honored with the title Hero of the Soviet Union. She received the Order of Lenin and the Gold Star Medal. She also received the United Nations Gold Medal of Peace. And she was given the title "Greatest woman of 20th century"
In one of her interviews she said: "Once you've been in space, you appreciate how small and fragile the Earth is."
It is really hard to realize it here, on the Earth. But we should do at least anything to protect it and save for future generations…
Thank you for your attention!