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The girl who has come farther than the object of her admiration | Israel Hayom

2023-08-15T08:47:18.157Z

Highlights: Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic on June 18, 1928. Sally Ride was the first American woman to go into space on June18, 1983. Both women paved the way for generations of women, especially young girls, to reach heaven. The two historic events took place on consecutive dates in different years, and are told with the help of ChatGPT. Back to Mail Online home.back to the page you came from. Back To the page where you came From.


We've all heard of Amelia Earhart. The woman who made history by flying across the Atlantic served as an inspiration for Sally Ride, who managed to surpass her and reach space


While the entire nation of Israel is busy flying back and forth for the last vacations of this summer, this is an excellent moment to recall the pioneering journeys of two women, Amelia Earhart and Sally Reid, who conquered the skies and changed the landscape of aviation and space exploration. Here is the story of the two historical events, which occurred on consecutive dates in different years, and are told with the help of ChatGPT:

Amelia Earhart's transatlantic flight: June 17, 1928

On June 18, 1928, Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Earhart's flight, which shared the plane with pilot Wilmer Stoltz, took off from Newfoundland (now Canada) on June 17 and landed in Wales, United Kingdom on June 18. This remarkable achievement not only earned Earhart personal fame, but also shattered social norms and inspired countless women to reach the sky, literally or otherwise.

Sally Ride's Historic Spaceflight: June 18, 1983

One of those women inspired by Earhart was Sally Reid, who exactly 55 years later made history of her own. On June 18, 1983, Ride became the first American woman to go into space (though she was only the third woman to go there worldwide). As a crew member aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger, Ride's trip marked a significant milestone for gender equality in space exploration. After that historic flight, she established a foundation for science education for women, and now NASA plans to land the first woman on the moon with NASA's SpaceX in the coming years.

While Earhart's crossing of the Atlantic and Ride's spaceflight took place at different times and places, they have a common legacy that comes from courage, determination and breaking down barriers. These pioneering women refused to submit to social conventions and paved the way for generations of women, especially young girls, to reach heaven.

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