Mankind belong to the jobs just men can

has made great strides, which are marked by great people. In these people, not
only men, but women are also a very important part of human progress. The first
two women who flew into space had marked a historic moment, breaking down
stereotypes about gender discrimination, and proving that women are not
inferior to men.This event had also proved the importance of women in all ages
of human history during the most tension period of the Cold War. They were an
American woman named Sally Kristen
and a Soviet Union woman named Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova.  The Two came from the two different countries and different
ideologies, but there were
many similarities between them.

The passion is unlimited and no sex discrimination. The
stressful jobs always require intense concentration and patience. It may belong
to the jobs just men can do, but the talented, powerful, beautiful and
confident women can also do well this work which made men surprised and
admired. No more people is known that in order to be selected as the historic
flight attendant and bringing the Soviet Union to become the first country to
have female pilots flying into space, Tereshkova had to compete with 400 other candidates
who were all very bright, ambition and enthusiasm. Tereshkova’s resilient
spirit was further challenged in the face of a very serious incident that
occurred during the landing. After each round, the Vostok-6 spacecraft left
further the Earth, but she responded immediately and made the ship come back
the Earth’s trajectory. Finally, Tereshkova landed safely. Likewise, Sally
Kristen Ride is a typical character for overcoming the prejudice about the
women of society. Once, when reading Stanford University’s news, Sally
accidentally reads about recruiting astronauts of NASA. She had decided to
join. In over 8,000 candidates, only 35 people were accepted, including six
women whom Sally was one of them. On June 18, 1983, she became the first
American woman flew into space in the crew of the spaceship named Challenger.
It was not easy to adapt to life in space, but because of the desire to become
an astronaut, she had been trained herself in difficult conditions. Overcoming
the limitations of herself and winning the soft instincts of women. 

Both of them had to go through strict training to have
succeeded. After receiving a decision to become an astronaut in January 1978,
Sally began a one-year training and assessment phase. She underwent intense
training with parachuting exercises, water training, and gravity environments,
radio communications. The hard training ended the month on August 8, 1979.
After the course, she qualified to be an expert in the space shuttle crew. In
February 1962, Tereshkova was selected to join the women’s astronaut team after
surpassing more than 400 candidates. Participating in the training with
Tereshkova are 4 other women, but only one person will participate in the
official mission. Training contents include flying in zero gravity, knowledge
of flight control and skydiving. Both of them experienced hardships, and
sometimes even “brutal” because no one knew how gravity would affect
the human body. Therefore, to become astronauts, they had to overcome their
limits, conquer the instability of the instinct and challenge all obstacles.

They became a symbol of their national pride.
Astronaut Sally Ride has contributed to changing the face of the US space
exploration program. She became the first youngest American woman to fly into
space. One of the awards she got was the Jefferson Award, which was given
annually to individuals under the age of 35. In addition, in 2003, she was
nominated for the Astronaut Hall of Fame by The Kennedy Space Center. After her
death, President Barack Obama presented her with the Presidential Medal of
Freedom. It is the highest medal in America that an individual can receive. Likewise,
Valentina Tereshkova received awards named the Hero of the Soviet Union. She
served in the Soviet Union and represented the Soviet to attend international
women’s organizations and events.      They
are the people who inspire the generations of women. Ms. Ride has become an
idol for every young girl in the United States and the world who aspire to fly
to the stars. After the Ride’s flight, there were more than 45 women in the world
flew into space. Throughout her life, Sally Ride has two elementary schools
named as her name, one in Woodlands in Texas and one in Germantown in Maryland.
She founded the Imaginary Lines, a women’s advocacy organization interested in
scientific research, mathematics, and technology. In 2001, she founded the
Sally Ride Science Foundation to support students, especially girls in science
research. The organization runs the Sally Ride Science Club for high school
girls across the United States. At age 76, Valentina Tereshkova – the most
famous woman in the Soviet Union was ready to make her way to new dimensions in
the vast universe which full of mystery. She dreams of flying to Mars, finding
out whether there existed life on this planet, even though it might be a
one-way trip. She is loved and revered in the Star City. She often visits the
orphanage. She not only to talk, but always carry many gifts for them. From
early morning till late at night she does not seem to belong to herself, she
lives every day for everyone and sharing their concerns.


In conclusion, the two helps women in the whole world
recognize that women are not only as precious as fragile petals that need
protection and love, but also women can become the iron flower which never
falls. Thousands of women have crossed the obstacles of their own and reached
the highest achievement. They inspire the future generations to believe that
nothing is impossible. While many women in their age only perform common tasks
such as a housewife, the two are women who beat up the bell to show the will
and strength of the women.