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House Proceeding on Jul 9th, 2008 :: 2:56:30 to 3:00:13
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Tom Feeney

2:52:56 to 2:56:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Feeney

Tom Feeney

2:56:11 to 2:56:30( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Feeney: i think the nation owes dr. ride a debt of gratitude for her efforts in that regard. so to sum up, dr. sally ride has done much to serve our nation since she rode the shuttle into space

Tom Udall

2:56:30 to 2:56:41( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: 25 years ago. i urge my colleagues to join me in saluting her on this anniversary of her first plight flight and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves.

Tom Udall

2:56:30 to 3:00:13( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Udall

Tom Udall

2:56:41 to 2:56:55( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: the gentleman from florida. mr. feeney: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. feeney: thank you, mr. speaker. i'm pleased to join mr. lampson

Tom Udall

2:56:55 to 2:57:08( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: in co-sponsoring his legislation which honors the life and accomplishments of an amazing woman, astronaut dr. sally k. ride. sally ride was born in los angeles, california, on may 26, 1951. it is

Tom Udall

2:57:08 to 2:57:24( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: perhaps best known as the first american woman in space. she was selected for nasa's astronaut program in january, 1978, and became emission specialist in the seventh space shuttle mission which

Tom Udall

2:57:24 to 2:57:37( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: launched from the kennedy space center in florida. this was the second flight of the space shuttle challenger and the first mission with a five-person crew. during the mission, dr. ride operated

Tom Udall

2:57:37 to 2:57:51( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: the schultzle -- shuttle's remote manipulater arm from the shuttle's cargo bay. these early demonstrations paved the way for routine yet vitally important operations necessary to build the international

Tom Udall

2:57:51 to 2:58:05( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: space station. prior to her service with nasa, sally ride received a bachelor of science and physics and a bachelor of arts and flish, then went on to receive a master in science. what is perhaps

Tom Udall

2:58:05 to 2:58:22( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: less well known about sally ride is the work she has done to motivate girls and young woman to pursue careers in science, math and in technology. dr. ride has written five science books for children

Tom Udall

2:58:22 to 2:58:37( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: and initiated and directed education programs to encourage a fascination with science among middle school students. dr. ride also served the nation in other capacities, including as a member

Tom Udall

2:58:37 to 2:59:17( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: of the presidential commission investigating the space shuttle challenger accident and later the columbia accident investigation board. she's been a member of the president's committee on

Tom Udall

2:59:29 to 2:59:44( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: advisors on science and technology and the national research council space study board, as well as serving on the boards of the congressional office of technology assessment. indeed, our country does owe a

Tom Udall

2:59:44 to 2:59:59( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: great debt of gratitude to this amazing woman, dr. sally ride. with that i would reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from texas.

Tom Udall

2:59:59 to 3:00:13( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: mr. lampson: at this point i would recognize the gentlelady from california, mrs. davis, and grant her as much time as she may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman from california

Bob Inglis

3:00:13 to 3:00:33( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Inglis: is recognized. mrs. davis: thank you. i rise today to honor the 25th anniversary of dr. sally k. ride's historic journey as the first american woman in space. dr. ride also happens to be one

Bob Inglis

3:00:13 to 3:03:37( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Inglis

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