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The International Space Station (or ISS) is a Space Station jointly being constructed by NASA and the Russian Space Agency, along with Canada, Japan, Brazil, and the ESA, in an effort to send astronauts into space for long durations and conduct experiments in space. Construction began in 1998 and is scheduled to be completed in 2011. Our International Space Station category is for questions related to the International Space Station and its operations.
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To move the shuttle from the building site to the launch site takes 5.7hrs. Shuttle is transported by a crawler at 0.8mph
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the equipment that more suitable in space travel is astrocompass (aircraft) which can be used to find true north, while being unaffected by stray magnetic fields.
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The ISS was invented by sixteen different countries in which include Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United kingdom, and the USA.
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The station provides food, shelter and a working environment for astronauts. It is a joint project between the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada and Europe; and is still in the process of being built. Astronauts spend a variety of times living on the station, usually between four to six months. …
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The Mir main core as launched in February 19, 1986.
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Every week the launch changes talk to the scientist looking out the window to check your launches he will say that's successful launch no. whatever.
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you can go to space but you need the number up to 61 rocet lanches to catch deoxes and 100 lanches to catch jiratchie i havent tryed this yet cause i havent got up to 61 or 100 lanches yet im up to 4 lanches so iv got a long way to go.
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it's in mossdeep city
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with grass and straw With Metal rings and a electronic space pilot and yellow grass
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to seespace if you are in Japan or Mexico etc. not just in one state or province;)
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-with a time machine. cause its fun. i like my answer. it's short, simple, and to the point. :) P.S. sry science guy, i only like bill nye!!!!-I'd like to start off by saying that time travel has always been my life's work. I am a very serious scientist in the field and reject many modern t theorie…
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The first flight ofAtlantis (OV-104) was on 3:15:30 on the 3rd of January 1985(UTC). The mission was STS-51-J which was dedicated to the US Department of Defence. The payload was two DSCS-III (Defence Satellite Communication Systems).
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The International Space Station.
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See the Related Links below for information. Scroll down within the link ' NASA Fact Sheets' to the section' Living and Working in Space'.
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a place in certain parts of citys which is connected to the sewers called waste farm
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Astronauts can live in outerspace because in the space station they have water that is recycled, electricity provided by solar panels, and freeze dried food to last them the duration of their trip.
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They are remotely controlled spaceships that help study the solar system.
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Mir (Мир) was the first Russian space station. The word means Peace, World or Society. It was was operational from 1986 to 2001.
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Yuri Gagarin, a cosmonaut of the USSR (Soviet Union, now Russia) completed the first manned orbit of the Earth on April 12, 1961. He was the "first man in space".
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Answer The first satellite to be visible was the first satellite in orbit. Sputnik 1 was visible (barely) while its last stage booster was very visible. Early satellites were low altitude and there was less competition from street and city lighting in those days.
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If you mean the International Space Station, 220 miles, or 350 kilometers. I f you mean space, that has been defined in many ways, 60 miles, 62 miles, 80 miles, 100 miles. For that answer you need to specify what you really need to know. Like where is there no more air, what is the International def…
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Only against the moon or when passing below clouds that are backlit by the moon.You can also spot them if you are in an urban area where there are parking lot lights on.If you are interested in observing night flight, listen for a member of the flock to be honking as they pass by. Seems most of the …
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William Shepherd, of the US was the first to enter the station, followed by two Russian crew members.
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This is because they are slightly away from the pull of the Earth's gravity - but not entirely. They, and the space station, are constantly falling towards the Earth, but everything keeps turning below them, preventing them from ever getting there. You can read more about this in the Web Links to th…
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money spending lots of money & achieving nothing is the biggest Lives Lives could be lost something could go wrong oxygen tanks float out into space etc
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Answer It's a large artificial satellite for people to live and work in outer space.It's also a place where scientists study the galaxy.
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The toilet is not dissimilar in appearance to those on earth, but operates very differently. It uses moving air to suck wastes away in the zero gravity environment. There is a hose and funnel for urinating. Wastes are then freeze-dried and returned to earth. Some liquid wastes are recycled into wate…
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It was the first space station built by American astronauts. It was abandoned in 1974. It re-entered and burned up in Earth's atmosphere in 1979.
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Skylab was a space station launched and operated by NASA (the space agency of the United States) and was the U.S.'s first space station. Skylab orbited the Earth from 1973 to 1979, and included a workshop, a solar observatory, and other systems. It was inhabited by 3 different crews. The Skyl…
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Satellites and space stations are used for navigation, collecting weather data, and research.
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U can be a crew member or a pilot
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The name of the first space station was called Mir.
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Of the 9,600 space objects being tracked, 93 percent of these are space junk. This only includes objects that are larger than about 3 inches in diameter. Smaller objects cannot be tracked. As mentioned above, they are huge in number yet a single fleck of paint has the ability to destroy an astronaut…
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The usual definition of "outer space" is about 100 km above Earth's surface. Satellites must go a bit higher, though, or else they will have too much atmospheric drag, and quickly fall down.
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Between July 2010 and June 2011, it was kept generally between 212 and 221 miles from the surface. At the beginning of July 2011, it was boosted to its highest orbit yet ... about 241 miles.
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No, because in space, there isn't any medium, without medium, such as any solids, liquids, or gases, you can't have any sound.
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The first module, Zarya, was sent into orbit on the 20th November 1998
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ISS is an internationally developed research facility, which is being assembled in low Earth orbit.
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Answer weel of course it is other wise we coudnt have a tomarow Time traveling is not real if it is how come nobody from the future has shown up in this time period And if you time travel your playing god !
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To study the ways of the Earth.
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Answer: A space shuttle docks by landing in a pod attached to the space station which has all the air sucked out of it. Then oxygen is pumped in to the pod so the People inside can get out.
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Oh, i don't know. Maybe because we need tham to actually explore space! That's right, rockets are mainly or always used to get up into space... without them we won't be able to get up there in the first place!
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to go into space and make findings and collect data. :-) Covert mission was chemtrails in space for HAARP
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The objective of the ISS, as defined by NASA, is to develop and test technologies for exploration spacecraft systems, develop techniques to maintain crew health and performance on missions beyond low Earth orbit, and gain operational experience that can be applied to exploration missions.
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There is no certain answer for this question, but it is believed that Atlantis is lost under the sea, and that no one has discovered it; Atlantis is believed to be a legend. Some new theories say that Atlantis' gate is lost in the Bermuda triangle, still under water.
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Kerim Kerimov invented the space station.
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Aluminum alloys, plastics, steel, carbon fiber...
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According to the book "The Bell Curve", Jews have the highest IQ's, followed by Asians, then whites, then hispanics, then blacks. However, these test results could be different due to cultural bias or different attitudes prevalent among ethnic groups. This means that these statistics are pretty much…
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The ISS is the "International Space Station" run by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or "NASA". Primarily designed and constructed by the US, modules have been contributed by several additional nations and astronauts from many nations have visited the ISS. You can often see the …
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The International Space Station is only about 250 miles above the surface of the Earth, so like the Earth it is about 93 million miles from the Sun or aabout 150 million kilometres.
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Like any other satellite, including the Moon, it stays up by centripetal force. Like a weight being whirled around your head on a string it would fly off in straight line if the force holding it in were to disappear. With the weight, this force is the tug of the string. With the space station it's g…
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Office space today is so varied. Some companies have rows of cubicles; others have rows of desks or computer spaces.As well, many people use home offices which would vary depending on the home, its construction, and which room or area is used as the office.Some people say their cars are their office…
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Background of culture means ceremonial parties in a space shuttle. They have a party with their kind of culture.
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the ISS costs at least 35bill to at least 160bill. or $5333333333.33 per year. blond hair
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No space station has orbited the moon. The first earth-orbiting space station was Skylab.
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The International Space Station uses solar panels.
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A space ship suit cost about 10 million dollars !!
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We can now travel in space and examine everything out there and we wouldn't be able to do that with out the space shuttle.
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The boundary if space is generally considered to be 100 kilometers above sea level, though the atmosphere is still substantial enough to cause rather quick orbital decay at that altitude.
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Soyuz spacecraft are powered by Semyorka rockets.
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she stayed in space for 8 days or... 190 hours 30 minutes and 23 seconds!
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Answer: Astronauts close their eyes...The International Space Station is equipped with what are basically sleeping bags. They use Velcro fasteners to attach them to a convenient spot on the wall. Astronauts sleep with their arms inside the sleeping bags. Otherwise, they wake up in a "Frankenstein" p…
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a tube and gunpowder stuff to make it shoot off in space
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One would think that the amount of oxygen used, would be the same as a herd of purple rhinos and black hippos, in the same situation. That is assuming a space craft could be developed that would carry the weight of the said animals to the space station in the first place
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No, there is still approximately 30 percent to be constructed. (2008) It is, there may be updates and modifications made. (2010)
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Probes are used to get samples and to also see what there is on other planets
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Most definitely YES. Visit this website: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/tracking/ Click on "Sighting Opportunities", Select Country, State (or Province), City It will say when and where to look. It is always just after sunset or just before sunrise, when it is dark enough to see it, but t…
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Apollo 13 Apollo 13 was launched on the 11 April 1970 and returned to earth on the 17th of April.
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By the space shuttle or aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft. Visits to the ISS are made in either aboard the US Space Shuttle or the Russian Soyuz. However a private person can only go on the Soyuz and the trip costs $25 million dollars.
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Mass is invariant, and a 150 kg object has the same inertia even if it only "weighs" a few ounces (or nothing at all, due to being in free fall). That said, it's hard to understand how one could play football on the space station. There would definitely be a learning curve, and that 150 kg lineman m…
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Andy Thomas lived on Mir for four months.
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Download Google Earth from the Related Link below.
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Discovery (STS-96) made its first docking with the International Space Station (ISS) on 29 May, 1999. This was also the first shuttle to actually dock with the ISS. The pilot of this mission was Rick Husband, who would later lose his life on-board the shuttle Columbia (STS-107).
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It was Skylab.
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Neptune is a bright Azure blue. it is also to be said as green on the top and bottom. this is proved by the voyager 2 which traveled there. Although neptune looks as if it is just blue yellow streaks are floating in the planet by its gases hydrogen and helium which is awesome and so is neptune.
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The Magellan space satellite is an American satellite. It was launched by NASA in 1989 and was built by Martin Marietta and Hughes Aircraft.
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Challenger and Columbia The Space Shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after launch on January 28, 1986. The Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated upon re-entry on February 1, 2003. There were seven astronauts on each shuttle, and all perished during these events. Challenger The breakup of t…
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The living space in homes throughout Delaware in the 1750s was considered crowded by the living standards for people today. However, people then considered the option of multiple children living in one room to be cozy. Homes often had 2 or 3 bedrooms which were shared by many people, a kitchen, a di…
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One of the typical daily tasks oncologists perform daily is to meet with patients. They also come up with treatment plans, consult with colleagues, and make rounds at hospitals.
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June 8, after the originally planned March launch was canceled due to hailstorm damage on the orbiter and fuel tank.
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Discovery visited the International Space Station in late October and early November in 2007. Endeavour visited in March 2008. Discovery (STS-119/15A) revisited the ISS in March of 2009 to install the last Solar Array which marked the completion of the truss.
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get an i-pod and string it up through a hoodie and into your hand in your sleeve and then just sit with your sleeve up to your ear and keep the volume at like middleget a calculator ti-89 model calculator and put games on it like dropdown / boxworld / snood / tetris / Mario world / ect and open your…
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