Honoring the human race and its achievements by issuing postage stamps with a photograph of our lost heroes is one amongst the best things that have ever happened. Remembering those who became an example, an inspiration, a role model and a story that must never die, is crucial to keep our future connected with the past.
Generation Z and those about to come must know how it all began – How telephone came into existence, who were the people who thought of going to space, how the technology that came too handy for them was developed over a period of time.
One such person worth remembering was Late Sally Ride, the first American woman to go the space. She was born in 1951 in Los Angeles in a family where education was given utmost importance. She worked with NASA and became the first American women to ever go into space when she became a part of the STS-7 mission