230-FZ of December 18, 2006. After the flight of Yuri Gagarin in 1961, Sergey Korolyov, the chief Soviet rocket engineer, came up with the idea of putting a woman in space. Public domain Public domain false false: This work is not an object of copyright according to article 1259 of Book IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation No. In 2011, she was elected to the State Duma, the lower house of the Russian legislature, where she continues to serve.[6]. Her second husband, the orthopaedist Yuliy G. Shaposhnikov, died in 1999. On 16 February 1962, Valentina Tereshkova was selected to join the female cosmonaut corps. Kaluga, Yaroslavl (Russia), Karaganda, Baikonur (Leninsk, Kazakhstan, 1977), Gyumri (Leninakan, Armenia, 1965), Vitebsk (Belarus, 1975), Montreux (Switzerland), Drancy (France), Montgomery (UK), Polizzi Generosa (Italy), Darkhan (Mongolia, 1965), Sofia, Burgas, Petrich, Stara Zagora, Pleven, Varna (Bulgaria, 1963), Bratislava (Slovakia, 1963). Valentina Tereshkova wiki, classificação, estatística, Valentina Tereshkova, facebook, twitter, instagram, google+, pinterest, youtube Valentina Vladimirovna Teresjkova (Валенти́на Влади́мировна Терешко́ва) (født 6. marts 1937) er en pensioneret sovjetisk kosmonaut og ingeniør. Cosmonauts Valentina Tereshkova and Valery Bykovsky among childrenAfter the flight of Yuri Gagarin in 1961, Sergey Korolyov, the chief Soviet rocket engineer, came up with the idea of putting a woman in space. She was made a member of the World Peace Council in 1966, a member of the Yaroslavl Soviet in 1967, a member of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union in 1966–1970 and 1970–1974, and was elected to the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet in 1974. This page was last edited on 3 September 2020, at 19:55. The group spent several months in intensive training, concluding with examinations in November 1962, after which four remaining candidates were commissioned Junior Lieutenants in the Soviet Air Force. [1] During her three-day mission, she performed various tests on herself to collect data on the female body's reaction to spaceflight. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Tereshkova lost her political office but none of her prestige. None of the other four in Tereshkova's early group flew, and in October 1969 the pioneering female cosmonaut group was dissolved. [3] Tereshkova's father was a tractor driver and her mother worked in a textile plant. Tereshkova was born in the village Maslennikovo, Tutayevsky District, Yaroslavl Oblast, in central Russia. On 8 June 1964, she gave birth to their daughter Elena Andrianovna Nikolaeva-Tereshkova,[12] who became a doctor and was the first person to have both a mother and father who had travelled into space. Dr.h.c.mult. In 1977 she earned a doctorate in engineering. Valentina sai tietää vasta vuonna 1988 isänsä kuolinpaikan Gorbatshovin aloittaman avoimuuspolitiikan johdosta. Tereshkova began school in 1945 at the age of eight, but left school in 1953 and continued her education by correspondence courses. With a single flight, she logged more flight time than the combined times of all American astronauts who had flown before that date. She was 26 at the time. Valentina Tereshkova Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Dating, Marriage, Relationship Stats, Family, Career, Wiki. However, this flight plan was altered in March 1963. A carreira espacial sempre foi um lugar para os homens, sendo poucas mulheres que se tornaram conhecidas por participar de voos espaciais. Valentina Tereshkova Education: zhukovsky air force engineering academy (1969); Valentina Tereshkova Spouse : Yuli Shaposhnikov (m. 1982–1999), Andriyan Nikolayev (m. 1963–1982) #Youtube: Valentina Tereshkova Youtube Walentina Wladimirowna Tereschkowa (russisch Валентина Владимировна Терешкова, wiss. Hun har været indvalgt i Statsdumaen ved partiet Det Forenede Rusland siden 2011. She remained politically active following the collapse of the Soviet Union and is still revered as a heroine in post-Soviet Russia. Certificates of appreciation from the Government of the Russian Federation; 16 June 2008, – for long-term fruitful state and public activities, considerable personal contribution to the development of manned space flight and in connection with the 45th anniversary of spaceflight, 12 June 2003, – for large contribution to the development of manned space flight, 3 March 1997) – for the contribution to the development of space, the strengthening of international scientific and cultural ties and years of diligent work, Order of the National Flag with diamonds (Hungary, April 1965), Order "For Achievements in Science" (Romania, 17 November 1973), Medal "For Strengthening Brotherhood in Arms" (Bulgaria, 1976), Order of the Star of Nepal, 1st class (November 1963), Order of the Enlightenment (Afghanistan, August 1969), Gold Medal, Tsiolkovsky Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Gold Medal of the British Society for interplanetary communications "For achievements in space exploration" (February 1964), Gold Medal of Peace Joliot-Curie (France, 1964), Order "Wind Rose" International Committee of the National Aeronautics and Space Missions, "Golden mimosa" of the Italian Union of Women (1963), Sign of the Komsomol "For active in the League" (1963), School number 32 in Yaroslavl, where she studied, Museum of Tereshkova "Cosmos" near her native village, Monument planned at Tereshkova's birthplace in Yaroslavl, Monument in Siberia at the location of 53°N, 80°E.
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