Claira Reid space run

By C1aira
  • choosing siencest

    Sally Kristen Ride is born in 1951, in Los Angeles, California. Sally is a sports nut. By age five, she's reading the sports page of the newspaper by herself. She loves tennis, and she also plays softball with the neighborhood boys
  • the space race begins

    30 Aug 1955 It is 1957 and the U.S. and the Soviet Union are locked into the Cold War. The Soviet Union has just launched the world's first satellite, Sputnik. Fearful of Soviet military control of space, the Americans quickly prepare a rocket. With the world watching, it blows up. Making fun of then-President Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower, one newspaper proclaims, "Stayputnik. Ike's Sputnik Is a Flopnik." The Space Race was on, and the Soviet union was deffinitely winning.
  • Frienship 7

    It is 1957 and the U.S and Solviet Uinon are locked n the cold war. The Solviet Uinon just relesed Worlds first Satilite, Spuntnik.
  • first satilite to orbit

    The Soviet Union launches the first artificial satellite. Called Sputnik, a combination of words meaning "fellow-traveler of Earth," it weighs about 184 pounds. Sputnik circles the globe beeping radio signals, demonstrating that the Soviets have rockets that could send warheads anywhere on Earth. This event triggers the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union.
  • Astronaut Training

    in one test the astronauts would spun around and around, until the pressure on their bodies is 16 times that of their own weight. A NASA plane dubbed the vomit comet it flies up and then down like a roller coaster.
  • astronaut trainning 2

    n one test the astronauts would spin around and around, until the pressure on their bodies is 16 time of their own weight. The Nasa plan dubbed the vommit comit it flies up and then down like a roller coaster.
  • Choosing seven pioneers

    Finally, on April 9, 1959, NASA chooses seven astronauts. Who instantly become famous as the Seven.John Glenn, Jr. was one of the seven astronauts, he was 37.
  • hoping the astronauts go to space.

    NASA had hoped that one of its astronauts would be able to be the first human in space, but the Soviets successfully launch Yuri Gagarin into orbit on april 12 1961.
  • First space flights

    less than a month after Gagarin's flight, the U.S. sends astronaut Alan Shepard into space, his 15 minute orbital flight doesn't impress the Soviets
  • the first moon walk

    Neil Armstrong is the first to wriggle out of a square hole in the Eagle. Once outside, he lowers a small drawbridge that holds a TV camera. Now the world can watch as he backs down the ladder. Back on the home planet, 600 million people watch on television. Armstrong touches the moon's surface and says, "That's one small step for man… one giant leap for Mankind".
  • the space shuttle program

    In 1973, NASA sends its first space station, It costs too much to keep it supplied. NASA needs a cheaper way to get crews and supplies to and from space.
  • first flight

    18 Jun 1983 It's 3:15 a.m. on a Saturday, but the crew onboard the space Shuttle Challenger doesn't mind the early hour. June 18, 1983, is launch day for STS-7. At 7:33 a.m., the shuttle roars to life. White-hot plumes shoot from the reusable solid rockets. Signs urge, "Ride, Sally Ride!" A huge crowd cheers the launch of America's first woman in space.
  • catching satilliate

    Soon after the shuttle reaches orbit, Hauck opens the cargo bay doors to expose three satellites. Ride and Fabian open a sunshade protecting the first satellite to be released. Then they start the satellite spinning like a merry-go-round. Spinning will keep it from getting "sunburned" on one side or the other. Then they release the satellite, which fires its own little booster to reach a higher orbit.
  • First space stories

    29 Oct 1998 At age 77, John Glenn flew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery and was the oldest person to make it into into space. As an original member of NASA’s Mercury program, he entered the public-eye in 1921 when he became the first American to orbit the Earth. During his second flight, 35 years later, he contributed to research on weightlessness and the effects of space flight on the elderly.
  • first non astronaut

    Dennis Tito, a billionaire from California became the first paying passenger to enter outer space. Mr. Tito, age 60, has dreamt of blasting off into space for over 40 years — and he paid $20 million to finally fulfill his dream. He now supports the idea of ordinary people entering space.
  • gina

    15 Oct 2003 China successfully sent its first astronaut, Yang Liwei, into space. This makes China the third country to send a human into space; only the United States and Soviet Union had successfully done that before. Yang Liwei remained in space for 21 hours, and was given a hero’s welcome when he landed safely
  • First spacecraft

    1 Jul 2004 Cassini-Huygens became the first spacecraft to make it into orbit around Saturn. Later in the year the spacecraft flew within 800 miles of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. Titan is also the only moon in our solar system that has an atmosphere.