July 25, 1984, Russian cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya She was the first woman to start a spacewalk. This walk takes Salyut-7 Done.
The Salyut space program was the first program to build and deploy long-term space stations in the Soviet Union.
This space program was very successful and had many achievements and is considered as a project to conduct long-term research on the problems of living in space and various experiments in astronomy, biology and earth resources. The Salyut project allowed space station technology to transition from engineering development to long-term research facilities.
Finally, the experience gained from the Salyut stations laid the groundwork for space stations like Mir And International Space Station became. Each of these stations had a Salyut-derived main core at its heart.
The file of this project was closed with the completion of Salyut 7.
Svetlana Savitskaya was the daughter of a fighter pilot in World War II. He showed interest in aviation when he was a child.
In 1980, Savitskaya was selected to join the Soviet space program and began training to operate Soyuz and Salyut spacecraft.
During Salyut-7 he spent three hours and 35 minutes outside the Russian space station with his colleague Vladimir Zhanibkov He did a space walk.
During this mission, they were cutting and welding metal and testing new tools. She was also the first woman to return to space for a second mission.
Savitskaya as a whole in missions Soyuz T-5Salyut-7 and Soyuz T-7 has been present When he returned to Earth, he worked in the office of Energia Air and Space