NASA's First Six Women Astronauts

NASA's First Six Women Astronauts

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Caption: NASAs first six women astronauts pose with a mockup of a personal rescue enclosure (PRE) or ''rescue ball'' in the crew systems laboratory at the Johnson Space Center. The PRE was created as a possible means of transporting astronauts from one Shuttle to another in case of an emergency. The PRE only reached the prototype stage and never flew on any missions. The group includes mission specialists, from left to right, Margaret R. (Rhea) Seddon, Kathryn D. Sullivan, Judith A. Resnick, Sally K. Ride, Anna L. Fisher, and Shannon W. Lucid.

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