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America's first woman in space is gone and America's pioneers of space are all missing her big time.
Including no less -- -- -- -- him level with no much added earlier today for special on doing for fox on the end of the space program as we know it.
Level -- recalling how a 32 year old physicist named Sally ride.
Not only shattered the glass ceiling of deep space back in 1983.
She became the face of a new generation of pioneer is pretty much ever since famously captured in this -- but Don.
Core values ad campaign that features that sky gazing ride with -- liable.
And was out of the -- but none other than Apollo eleven astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Global remembered they had.
But more importantly he remembered the woman in that it.
She led the way she.
Broke the glass ceiling.
We have eleven well almost all of our flights don't just -- -- Land from China right there's not easily and now they don't have so we don't think -- -- it again it was eight special at the time.
US corps veteran of the space program she's thirties -- a woman goes up in space -- on the challenger.
Your thoughts at the time.
My thoughts of the time -- the fact that it is about time.
You know that you have all the attributes to make -- -- astronaut.
She did a very good job.
And she was followed by a lot of other people like Judy Resnick who's died on and challenger.
And and now we have -- -- all the time that are doing people we've had the people who commanded.
Or -- now.
It is really is the space program.
I think it is really the unisex -- operation.
Credibility Sally ride was almost 61 years -- -- -- I remember on the fortieth anniversary man landed on the moon and I talked there about.
How it is it -- became an astronaut she shrugged and said I guess right place at the right time.
She was a lot more than luck to Sally ride dead and 61.
Or a little bit.
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