Tereshkova


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Te·resh·ko·va

 (tĕr′ĕ-shkō′və, tyĭ-ryĭ-), Valentina Vladmirovna Born 1937.
Soviet cosmonaut who orbited the earth 48 times aboard Vostok 6 in June 1963, thereby becoming the first woman in space.

Tereshkova

(Russian tɪrɪʃˈkɔvə)
n
(Biography) Valentina Vladimirovna (vəlɪnˈtinə vlaˈdimirəvnə). born 1937, Soviet cosmonaut; first woman in space (1963)

Te•resh•ko•va

(ˌtɛr əʃˈkoʊ və)

n.
Valentina Vladimirovna, born 1937, Soviet cosmonaut: first woman in space 1963.
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