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Sally Ride, First American Woman in Space, Dies at 61

Sally Ride monitors control panels from the pilot's chair on the flight deck of the Challenger shuttle on June 25, 1983. Floating in front of her is a flight procedures notebook. Photo by Apic/Getty Images. Sally Ride, the first...
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American astronaut Sally Ride monitors control panels from the pilot's chair on the flight deck in 1983. Photo by Apic/Getty Images. Editor's note: On Monday, PBS NewsHour science correspondent Miles O'Brien will serve as master of ...

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