Sally Ride, the first American woman to fly in space, died Monday after battling pancreatic cancer, her company said on its website. She was 61.
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Also, new book chronicles the life of Sally Ride, the first woman astronaut in space.
Imagine It! is designed to provide a forum for discussion around the power of big ideas in action and to inspire people to imagine a better world by connecting imagination and creativity with science and engineering in education.
Hear from innovators, scientists and authors, such as Ray Kurtzweil and Sally Ride, who are joining a movement to get creative thinking and the arts back into schools. Imagine It! will help the public to have a better understanding of the importance of science, engineering and technology and hopes to inspire the next generation of innovators.
The 52-minute film reports on the promise of a new youth culture engaging their curiosity to change the world, empowered by science, technology, education and desire. It is about connecting imagination and creativity with science and engineering in education. The film is designed provide a forum for discussion around the power of big ideas in action and to inspire people to imagine a better world, to unleash their creativity and then take action to solve global challenges.
Sally Ride, an astrophysicist, is chosen as the first American woman astronaut.
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