Standing (from left): Jeanette Epps, Mary Ellen Weber, Marsha Ivins, Tracy Caldwell Dyson, Bonnie Dunbar, Tammy Jernigan, Cady Coleman, Janet Kavandi, Serena Aunon, Kate Rubins, Stephanie Wilson, Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Megan Mc Arthur, Karen Nyberg, Lisa Nowak The following is a list of women who have traveled into space, sorted by date of first flight.
Although the first woman flew into space in 1963, very early in crewed space exploration, it would not be until almost twenty years later that another flew.
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Female astronauts went on to become commonplace in the 1980s.
(This list includes space travelers from the former Soviet Union, who are called cosmonauts.) There have been one each from France, India, Italy, South Korea, and the United Kingdom; two each from Canada, China, and Japan; four from the Soviet Union/Russia; and 45 from the United States.
The time between the first male and first female astronauts varied widely by country.
The first astronauts from Britain, South Korea, and Iran were women, while there was a two-year gap in Russia from the first man in space on Vostok6.
Russia has begun testing samples from the outside of the International Space Station, believing that they may contain traces of extraterrestrial life.