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8 Extraordinary Women That Conquered Space

Schuyler J. Dievendorf | 18 Jun 2014 17:38
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Kathryn D. Sullivan was the first woman to perform an EVA (extra-vehicular activity) in 1984. She went on to fly on three space shuttle missions where she logged over 500 hours in space. After her departure from NASA she went on to become the Director of Ohio State University's Battelle Center for Mathematic and Science Education Policy.

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