First Woman on the Moon?


The first woman on the moon was Dr. Wendy Jacobson. She flew to the moon on Apollo 23, in December, 1975. She was the first woman to walk on the moon.
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at least officially, no Earth Females have ever landed on the Moon. Certainly not in the Nasa programs. All Apollo astronauts were male.
No woman has ever stepped foot on the moon, though Eileen Collins was the first
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No woman ever walked on the moon. If NASA had a mission today Eileen Collins would be the first one.
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