Women in Space!

Only 10% of astronauts are female, and in space engineering that number seems even worse. This blog is dedicated to put the Women in Space in the spotlight to educate and inspire a new generation.

Previously known as F Yeah! Female Astronauts.
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Sally ride sitting in front of the Stanford radio telescope, also known as the Dish. Ride earned her Bachelors degree, Masters degree and Ph. D. at Stanford University and studied, among others, astro physics.

Photo by Chuck Painter. (via kejames)

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