Who Was the First Woman to Land on the Moon?

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Women have made their mark in the field of space travel, the first being Colonel-Engineer Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova, a Soviet cosmonaut. Another outstanding achievement by a woman is held by Eileen Collins who was the first woman to command a shuttle mission. So far, there has been no reported case of a woman walking on the moon.
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The Soviet Union landed on the moon first in a mechanical form. But the United States landed the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong.
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So far not a single women landed on the moon.
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Nobody has landed on the moon since 1972. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon in the July of 1969.
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