Women’s History Month Trivia: Week 3

This month we are celebrating Women’s History Month by highlighting some of the space exploration achievements and milestones of women astronauts and scientists. Test your knowledge below!

Who was the first woman to pilot and command a U.S. shuttle orbiter?

Correct! Wrong!

Astronaut Eileen Collins was the first woman to pilot (STS-63) and later command (STS-93) a shuttle orbiter. To date, there have been only two female shuttle commanders, Eileen Collins and Pamela Melroy.

Women's History Month Trivia: Week 3
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Eileen Collins

You got this week's trivia question right! Astronaut Eileen Collins was the first woman to pilot (STS-63) and later command (STS-93) a shuttle orbiter. To date, there have been only two female shuttle commanders, Eileen Collins and Pamela Melroy. Learn more about NASA's Space Shuttle Program on our website. Come back next week to test your knowledge again!
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Eileen Collins

Nice try! Astronaut Eileen Collins was the first woman to pilot (STS-63) and later command (STS-93) a shuttle orbiter. To date, there have been only two female shuttle commanders, Eileen Collins and Pamela Melroy. Learn more about NASA's Space Shuttle Program on our website. Come back next week to test your knowledge again!

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