How many people have been in space?
After the launch of STS-127 (Space Shuttle Endeavour) to the ISS, there will have been 500 people who have flown to space. (The launch will be around July.) So as of now, 499 people have been to space.
As of 6 July 2016, there have been 536 individuals who have visited space.
As of 6 July 2016, there have been 536 individuals who have visited space.
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40 women have made it to space. They include: . Valentina Tereshkova . Svetlana Savitskaya . Sally K. Ride . Kathryn D. Sullivan . Mae C. Jemison . Eileen M. Collins . Peggy Whitson . Susan Still . Pamela Ann Melroy . Judith A. Resnik . Sharon Christa McAuliffe . Shannon W. Lucid . Ell…en S. Baker . Bonnie J. Dunbar . Marsha S. Ivins . Tamara E. Jernigan . M. Rhea Seddon . Millie Hughes-Fulford . N. Jan Davis . Nancy J. Sherlock . Janice E. Voss . Wendy B. Lawrence . Nancy Jane Currie . Mary Ellen Weber . Kathryn C. Thornton . Catherine G. Coleman . Linda M. Godwin . Susan L. Still . Elena V. Kondakova . Janet L. Kavandi . Ellen Ochoa . Julie Payette . Susan J. Helms . Sandra Magnus . Kalpana Chawla . Laurel Clark (MORE)
497 as of May 2009 after STS-125. See attached link for current statistics. 0 people 12
Answer: fruit flies,frogs,dogs,mice and rats,monkeys,humans,cats,newts,fish,and some others. hey why not just google it, jeez?
The USA had 166 total manned missions, USSR (& Russia) had 123 missions and China had 3 manned missions as of December 15, 2010
12 altogether. There were 9 Russian Salyut space stations and also Mir, the US' Skylab, and now the International Space Station.
\nDozens and dozens of men - women, too. There are men in space now, aboard the ISS (International Space Station). Sometimes after sunset, you can see the ISS fly over your town.. it's REALLY cool to see.
So far to date 186 different species (187 if you included humans)have flown in space. It is probably more if you count the varioustypes of bacteria, but that is the official total.
Total Number of People Who Have Been in Space ( USAF definition ) - 474. Total Number of People Who Have Been in Space ( FAI definition ) - 468. Total Number of People Who Have Been in Earth Orbit - 465. Of these, 47 have been women. I found all this information at http://www.worldspaceflig…ht.com/bios/stats.php (MORE)
Answer . according to the wikipediia list of all space travellers 458 people have gone into space
With the success of Endeavor finally launching, the total as of July 16, 2009 is 324. CBS is the only valid source I can find on such space statistics but it looks like the haven't updated since STS-125. So STS-127, the shuttle that just launched isn't included. http://www.cbsnews.com/network…/news/space/spacestats.html#GENERALDEMO That being said, we know that four of STS-127 crew are astronauts who are new to space travel. How do we know this? From the source below. . http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-061209a.html. So its easy enough to add four. . So far 502 people have visited space including STS-127, 103 Russians, 10 Germans, 9 French, 8 Canadian, 7 Japanese, 6 Chinese, 5 from Italy, and two each from Belgium, Bulgaria, and the Netherlands. Along with 25 other nations who only have only had one citizen visit space. . Afghanistan, Austria, Brazil, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, India, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vietnam. Also worth mention, this all depends on your definition of the boundaries of space. Its been past 500 if you go with the USAF's definition of 50 miles. Generally though the 62 mile mark is considered the official boundary of space. (MORE)
There has been approximately 358 people to visit the InternationalSpace Station. Some of the visitors have been to the space stationnumerous times.
The two most successful manned spacecrafts are the USA Space Shuttle and the USSR/Russian Soyuz. The Shuttle has flown around 119 times and it carries five to seven people, the Soyuz flew something in the order of 100 times carrying between two and tree people, so the number must be in the order o…f 1000, but most of the crew went to space more than once, so I think there must be between 350 and 650 astronauts-cosmonauts in the whole history of space exploration. Yuri Gagarin was one of the most notable ones. (MORE)
About 500 people from nearly 40 nations have traveled in space. The common countries are Russia, United States, and China!
At least 22 "successful" probes. The exact number depends on what you include. For a good list see the NASA page "Venus Exploration Timeline".
There is no specific and accurate answer to this question becausevarious countries, including India, sent various spy missiles intospaces. But, as far as google is concerned, there are some 8000objects that are accounted for by various governments that havebeen sent into space for various purposes.
There were two fatal- All hands accidents in the Shuttle program. The first one was the Challenger blast- which occured during the launch phase in the upper atmosphere- l986. The second was the Columbia accident which broke up and disintegrated on re-entry over the West Coast- this happened in 2003.… One occured on the way up- the other on the descent.l (MORE)
There have been 536 people that have traveled to outer space.Twelve of these people have walked on the moon.
Two out of the five (six if you count Enterprise which never actually went into space). The two space shuttles destroyed were Columbia; on February 1, 2003, when shortly before it was scheduled to conclude its 28th mission, STS-107, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over Texas and Louisiana… during re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere, resulting in the death of all seven crew members, and Challenger; Space Shuttle Challenger (mission STS-51-L) broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. The spacecraft disintegrated over the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of central Florida at 11:38 EST (16:38 UTC). Disintegration of the entire vehicle began after an O-ring seal in its right solid rocket booster (SRB) failed at liftoff. (MORE)
There have been no human space missions to Mars. The only missionsto Mars to date have been through flybys with space craft,orbiters, and land rovers.
Very few people have ever been into space. As of 2014, 595 arethought to have made the journey into space.
Hundreds (if you count low orbit as space) a dozen if you coutn the Moon as space).
534-528 (definition of "space" vary) different people from 35 separate nations (only 11 have more then 1 traveler). Only 57 of them female. 332 (68.2%) are from the US, 113 from Russia (21.5%). Only 24 people have ever left earth.
So far to date 186 different species (187 if you included Humans) have flown in space. It is probably more if you count the various types of bacteria, but that is the official total, (thanks to NASA for getting back to me so quickly). Apart from the Monkeys, Chimpanzees and Dogs used by the Unite…d States and Russia, the more notable species include the first rat in space launched by France in 1961. They followed that with another first in 1963 with the launch of Felix the cat. Russia launched a tortoise in 1968, who along with some wine flies and meal worms became the first animals in deep space when they were flown to the Moon and back. Tortoises also set the record for the length of time spent in space, when a pair were flown in Soyuz 20 in 1975, spending a total of just over 90 days in space. Skylab 3 carried the first Fish into space in 1973, it was a mummichog. Also on that flight were the first spiders in space, two Cross Spiders named Arabella and Anita. With the advent of the Space Shuttle, the USA has flown more creatures in space than any other country. (MORE)
two to seven people can stay in a space shuttle at one time. so not over 8 people. I researched this so you know it is right. I am in middle school. just to let you know.
I belive that there are 10 people in space right now but I'm not for sure so keep looking for that answer! .
Stone henge was probably an astronomical observatory. The Egyptians toyed with celestial architecture some 6000 years ago. Most likely the first people to gaze in wonder at the moon and Venus, Mars, and Jupiter thought about space. The Greeks are the first to have made decent records of their spa…tial measurements. They knew the moon was 30 earth diameters away as early as 400 BCE. Eratosthenes measured the earth's circumference by 200 BCE. After that, the study of space fell primarily to the Arabs, who invented the astrolab and excellent star charts. (MORE)
There has been a total of 6 space shuttles launched into orbit by two countries, the United States and the former Soviet Union. They are (year of first and last flights) Columbia (1981-2003) Challenger (1983-1986) Discovery (1984-2011) Atlantis (1984-2011) Buran Soviet Space Shuttle (1…988, one flight) Endeavour (1992-2011) (MORE)
spacecraft accidents have ocurred before exiting the earth's atmosphere or after entering it so to date no one has been burned in space.
If you ask the number of manned Apollo space missions then the number is eleven, starting with Apollo 7 and ending with Apollo 17.
As far as is presently known to the public, people have spent time .... -- in Earth orbit. -- in Lunar orbit. -- aboard the Mir Space Station. -- aboard the International Space Station. -- briefly on the surface of the Moon. and that's it .
Only one if you count Mexican astronaut Rodolfo Neri (b. 1952), who flew aboard the STS-61-B shuttle mission. If you also count Mexican-American astronauts, those would include Jose Hernandez (STS-128) and John Olivas (STS-117, STS-128).
There were a total of 19 Apollo missions: Apollo-1A : Unmanned suborbital flight Apollo - 2 : Unmanned orbital flight Apollo - 3 : Unmanned suborbital flight Apollo - 1 : Manned orbital mission, cancelled due to fatal accident. Apollo - 4 : Unmanned orbital flight Apollo - 5 : Unmanned …orbital flight Apollo - 6 : Unmanned orbital fligth Apollo - 7 : Manned orbital mission Apollo - 8 : Manned lunar orbit mission Apollo - 9 : Manned orbital mission Apollo -10 : Manned lunar orbit mission Apollo- 11 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo- 12 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo- 13 : Lunar Landing mission, aborted due to accident Apollo- 14 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo- 15 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo- 16 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo- 17 : Lunar Landing mission Apollo -18 : Space rendevous mission with Soviet Soyuz spacecraft (Apollo-Soyuz) (MORE)
There have been 5 space shuttles sent to space: Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis, and Endeavour. The latter three of these remain in service. Challenger was destroyed during a failed launch in 1986, and Columbia broke apart upon reentry in 2003. Another vehicle was built: Enterprise, which …was used for atmospheric flight landing tests. While Enterprise was originally intended to be refitted for orbital flight, it was later determined to be too costly. Some people also consider the Pathfinder test article to be a real shuttle; it was a mock-up used to test shuttle transporter vehicles/cranes, and was never even considered for actual space flight. (MORE)
"As of April 5, 2010 (2010 -04-05), a total of 517 humans from 38 countries have gone into space according to the FAI guideline [100 km up], (523 people have qualified when including the Department of Defense classification[80 km up])." Of these people, 15 actually reached "space" through an X-15… rocket (those are the 15 that made the Department of Defense definition, but not the FAI definition). (MORE)
0. Theres no possible way YET to stay on the moon or in space for more than a couple hours. BUT, check out the new hotel that is being installed! The cost for 2 nights is 20 million dollars! lol.
Currently, 6 people can live and work on the international spacestation, limited by the available seats on the docked Soyuzspaceships which serve as lifeboats in case of an emergency. Thestation can support more people for short periods of time, such aswhen a space shuttle visited.
there have been 5 British astronauts Helen sharmen being the first who only had 1 mission. there was also Micheal foale who is British born but is a US citizen he had 9 missions. there was piers sellers who was also British born but an us citizen he had 3 missions. Nicholas Patrick was another Briti…sh born but us citizen he had 2 missions and there is timothy peake who has had no missions yet (MORE)
To date there have been 282 manned missions sent into space and more than 1000 unmanned missions.
About 10 so far. ====== Answer #2: (Update) 55 different women total including cosmonauts, astronauts, payload specialists, and foreign nationals have flown in space. -- 6 different female cosmonauts have flown on the Soviet/Russian program -- 1 female astronaut or taikonaut has flo…wn in the Chinese program -- 48 different women have flown with NASA. 43 of these were Americans. (MORE)
Al Worden told me there are over 500 Apollo suits alone in archival storage at the Garber facility in Washington D.C. . I would assume there are considerable fewer Mercury and Gemini suits and many more Shuttle suits. I'm not sure of the actual count, but it wouldn't surprise me if there were clos…e to 3,000. (MORE)
The number will be high as we have to count the cosmonauts as well.The shuttle and space station had many at a time could be 400 in all.
Zero. The youngest person to leave the atmosphere so far is Gherman Titov of the USSR. He was 25 at the time of his spaceflight in 1961.
12 so far i think... The first ever person to enter space was Neil Armstrong
5 NASA Shuttles have been into space. Of those 5 shuttles, 2 were unfortunately destroyed. There has been a total of 135 Space missions using the space shuttle between the years 1980 and 2011 :)
Since ur mother been alive and shes old jk since the 1950's russian sent a little minature tiny rocket into space
It's impossible to know the answer to this. Evidence of space studies date back thousands of years, before telescopes were even invented. The Ancient Egyptians, Ancient Babylonians and Ancient Greeks all studied space. As far as we can tell, mankind has been studying the stars/space for over 6,50…0 years. Possibly longer. (MORE)
All of them, if you regard a significant contact by an intelligent species as a "visit." They're visited by us via TV and radio communications all the time.
a lot. There are astronauts in space all time and they exchange routes as they are not allowed to be in space for more than six months
All of the male astronauts have had them, although many of those kept them shaved off.
The New Mexico Museum of Space History has inducted 173 individualsinto the International Space Hall of Fame.