National Astronaut Day - 2021-05-05
What is National Astronaut Day?
Today, May 5th, is National Astronaut Day. It celebrates the courage and heroism of astronauts. The goal of the holiday is to inspire everyone to be brave, risk-taking dreamers. How? By telling stories about the bravery and heroism of astronauts. On May 5th, 1961, astronaut Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr. became the first American in space. The Freedom 7 Space capsule was launched on a suborbital flight that reached a height of 116 miles into the atmosphere. This achievement was a milestone that inspired generations of explorers and astronauts. National Astronaut Day is about celebrating courageous space travel. You’re going to the moon! No, well, maybe not. It’s kind of hard to get to the moon right now. But you can experience a little bit of what it’s like to be in space. And if you want to learn more about space flight, you should read some biographies of astronauts. Sally Ride is an excellent choice because she was America’s first woman in space. You should also check out Two Sides of the Moon by Alexei Leonov and David Scott.
When is National Astronaut Day?
National Astronaut Day is celebrated on May 5 every year.
History of National Astronaut Day
uniphi space agency, a subsidiary of uniphi good LLC, is a wonderful organization that started National Astronaut Day in 2016. It is dedicated to inspiring the world to reach for the stars!
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