Was the first thing in space a soviet satellite or a sputnik 1?
The first artificial satellite to orbit the Earth was a Soviet satellite named Sputnik I. It was launched by the USSR on October 4, 1957, followed by Sputnik 2 in November. ...
Who invented the first satellite?
The first artificial satellite was made by the USSR. It was launched in 1957 and named Sputnik. The Russians put the first satellite, Sputnik, into orbit. It was during the cold war, and it felt very odd knowing that 'something' made by Russia was floating around up there. ...
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What mathematician has a triangle named after him?
There are a few mathematical triangles, the two that immediately spring to mind are Pascal's Triangle, named after Blaise Pascal, and the SierpiÅ„ski Triangle, named after Polish mathematician WacÅ‚aw SierpiÅ„ski. ...