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Zubair Yaqoob
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The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

 

First batch of women entered and graduate in  NASA astronaut training program were Sally Reid, Anna Fisher, Judith Reznik, Kathryn Sullivan, Margaret Rea and Shannon Luchid in 1978.

According to NASA statistics, the number of women admitted to the program has risen dramatically, especially with the total number of aspiring astronauts. Rade became the first American woman in space after astronaut Valentina Tereshkova and Svetlana Savitskaya. Fisher is the first mother to fly in space, while Resnik died in a tragic accident in the 1986 Challenger explosion.

In 2013, the first, albeit small, group of astronauts was selected, with four men and four women to train as NASA astronauts.

Statistics of men and women in NASA astronaut program:

– The first group (1959): 7 men graduated.

– Regiment 2 (1962): 8 men graduated from it.

– Regiment 3 (1963): graduated from 14 men.

– Regiment 4 (1965): 6 men graduated from it.

– Regiment 5 (1966): graduated from 19 men.

– Regiment 6 (1967): embarrassed by 11 men.

– Regiment 7 (1969): 7 men graduated from it.

– Regiment 8 (1978): graduated from 29 men and 6 women.

– Regiment 9 (1980): Graduates 17 men and 2 women.

– Regiment 10 (1984): graduated from 15 men and 3 women.

– Regiment 11 (1985): graduated from 11 men and 2 women.

– Regiment 12 (1987): Graduated from 13 men and 2 women.

– Regiment 13 (1990): 18 men and 5 women graduated.

– Regiment 14 (1992): 16 men and 3 women graduated.

– Regiment 15 (1995): graduated from 14 men and 5 women.

– Regiment 16 (1996): 27 men and 8 women graduated.

– Group 17 (1998): graduated from 22 men and 3 women.

– Regiment 18 (2000): graduated from 14 men and 3 women.

– Regiment 19 (2004): graduated from 9 men and 2 women.

– Regiment 20 (2009): 6 men and 3 women graduated from it.

– Regiment 21 (2013): graduated from 4 men and 4 ladies.

– Regiment 22 (2017): graduated from 7 men and 5 women.

Zubair Yaqoob
Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com He can be reached at: [email protected]

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