Kathy Sullivan Becomes First Human to Reach Challenger Deep, Walk in Space

Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan recently became the first woman to reach Challenger Deep, the ocean’s deepest point—36 years after she became the first American woman to walk in space. Now, she’s the only human to have done both. 

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