How do people get to space?
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\nPeople survive in space by wearing space suits. The space suits provide them with oxygen and surround them with air. Also, They stay in space ships that keep them safe by keeping them surrounded by air under pressure.
Humans are able to moonwalk on the moon. Usually the humans have some kind of job to do.
Because it's there - the ultimate reason for doing anything. For the scientific interest in how the universe functions. Also because it is a human dream to go out to the stars and colonise, to break free of Earth's restrictive atmosphere and tiny horizons, and to 'boldly go where no man has gone bef…ore.' Also because for many people, space is staggeringly beautiful and calls to them like the worst kind of siren. ( Full Answer )
The farthest people have been is to the moon. Well, slightly past the moon, because they orbited around it. We have not been to any other planets.
When you say the 'Space Race' I assume that you mean the race to the moon that happened during the 1960s between the USA and the USSR (now Russia), as, nowadays there is much more co-operation between the nations who have a space programme. This 'space race' was extremely important because it not on…ly involved space as such - it also represented a conflict between the two nationsof the USA and USSR during a time when espionage and distrust was rife - not least because of the differences in ideologies (USA a capitalist free country, the USSR as communist and full of corruption).. Therefore, we need not include the two very sad cases of the more recent Shuttle disasters - the first one of which exploded on launch, and the second on reentry.. This leaves us with the early space missions of both the USA and USSR, and the US Apollo missions.. The worst disaster in these missions was the Apollo 1 disaster. Apollo 1 never flew, as on January 27th 1967, on launchpad 34 during tests, the command module caught fire trapping the three astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee inside. Their deaths at such an early stage in the Apollo programme meant that NASA put safety and safety features at the top of the list for all subsequent missions. Since then with the Apollo missions there were a few close calls not least on Apollo 11 when Neil Armstrong saved the mission by taking over from the on-board computer to set the LEM on the moon manually, as it was leading them to a landing site that was totally unsuitable being strewn with rocks and craters. Another close call, of course, was Apollo 13 which had an explosion on board in its way to the moon. Every effort was made to get the three astronauts back - Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert back safely, which, thank God, they did. Swigert has ince died of cancer, but the other two are still very much with us.. The difference between the US and USSR was that in those days the US was very open about its successes - and its failures. The USSR, however, was very secretive about its work in space, often only releasing news of successes after they happened. It was within this atmosphere that they announced that Yuri Gagarin had returned safely from the first human trip into space - beating the Americans' astronaut Alan Shephard (the first American in space) and John Glenn (the first American in orbit) into the cosmos. However, rumours soon started that Gagarin was not the first person in space - but the first to return safely, and the last in a long line of cosmonauts who were launched into space but who perished, and of whom the Russians kept quiet. Although there was no firm evidence for this conspiracy theorists insisted that this was the case.. So, despite the incredible amount of pioneering technology and risk, the number of deaths in the race has been remarkably low - and long may it continue like that. ( Full Answer )
Yes, space people to certainly get extremely angry, especially because you are not aloud to food fight in space.. This is the thing that gets them aggrevated the most. Im afraid to say, they are VERY angry.
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. ( Full Answer )
people want to know the unknown things in the space like coloumbus's exploration through the sea. they want to know about the aliens, who are belived to be living in some other planets,as our human behaviour is, featuring to know about the neighbours,and to the facilities and wealth of them ,this …same feature made them to explore space. Humankind has always been fascinated by what is beyond our world, but the satisfaction of this curiosity was only feasible when our technology was sufficiently advanced breach the hold of gravity, circa 1960. The deciding factor in this realization of said curiosity was the Cold War funding pumped into space programs by the United States and the Soviet Union in what was ultimately a pissing match between the two to prove who was superior. ( Full Answer )
" cylindrical shower stall and close the door. They then get themselves wet and wash up just like you would on Earth. However, due to weightlessness, the water droplets and soap don't flow downwards into a drain, they float about."
Like the biggest boon to people from space technology is thecomputer. The reason computers became so small was the fact thatthey needed to be put on spacecraft. The computers of the 1950swould never have fit on a spacecraft, so they had to invent a wayfor them to be smaller.
Yuri Gagarin of the USSR and Alan Shepard of the US, though his was a sub-orbital flight. John Glen was the first US astronaut to match Gagarin and orbit the Earth.
Within your space station or spacecraft, the astronauts commonly wear a jumpsuit similar to a military flight suit. At times, they are shown in video wearing polo shirts or T-shirts. To leave the spacecraft and work outside, astronauts wear a protective space suit. The suit provides pressure to ke…ep your lungs from expanding too much, and air for them to breathe. Sun protection is important, too; you can get a sunburn in just a few minutes at noon on the beach beneath a 100-mile thick atmosphere; imagine how intense the sunlight could be in space! ( Full Answer )
Hundreds (if you count low orbit as space) a dozen if you coutn the Moon as space).
They bring it along. In space, there are no Publixs and restaurants, not even Steak n' Shake, bummer I know.
I belive that there are 10 people in space right now but I'm not for sure so keep looking for that answer! .
Yuri Gagarin, a Russian cosmonaut, was the first person ever to go to space. Neil Armstrong, an American astronaut, was the first person ever to go to a different celestial body (the moon).
The way the law works they are .The only difficulty lays in legally accessing the equipment and licences needed to use the equipment to get there.. no
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 .
Now that is an interesting question.Truth be told; the only ones that can answer that are the people who have ventured into space. You do though have those people that have cameras trained on them every second of every day while they are in space but even then it is limited
getting rocks from other planets, discovering constellations with telescopes, satellites, and many other ways i hope this helps
Hopefully, in the near future, we will be able to live and thrive in space. Like building biodomes, more high-tech space-stations, ect. But for now, all we can do is float around, captures images, send probes, take samples, and similar stuff like that.
The first piece of the International Space Station was launched andplaced in orbit in 1998. There have been crewmen aboard it continuously sincethe end of 2000, rotating and changing crew every 3 months to a year. Atthe present time (mid-January 2014), there are six astronauts aboard the ISS.Forgive… me, but a person would have to be a real fan atic to keep arunning record of the most recent crew members to be launched and the most recent to comeback. ( Full Answer )
Simple! they send people to space to investigate space! The moon is an example! people are sent there to check out the moon, to find theories and discoveries. An example of a discovery: the moon was a meteorite that hit Earth , and been orbiting Earth by Earths gravitational force. they must have fo…und that out by its craters or something! They could have also measured how much gravity is in moon. ( Full Answer )
The U.S. Astronaut training center is located at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston , Texas.
Space travel is difficult or almost impossible because it has no oxygen, no water, and it can be extremely hot or cold for the human body. It is not a big deal about the food 'cause you can bring it. (not in the question) The reason why they they travel in space is basic. They want to explore if it'…s safe, if it's to hard to live there and if it's enough to put a certain amount of people. :D (I did a project on it... hehe) ( Full Answer )
There are a number of reasons why humans SHOULD go into space, but there is one critical reason why humans MUST go into space; because our Earth is a fragile planet, and we don't want to become extinct from a single disaster. Asteroids or comets or large rocks have struck the Earth before, wiping …out large fractions of all life, and it WILL happen again. I don't really want humans to go the way of the dinosaurs, becoming extinct all at once. To prevent this, men and women must go into space and explore the galaxy and find other planets where we can settle. Then if any one planet is destroyed by a disaster, the entire human race won't be suddenly wiped out. There's an old saying; "Don't put all your eggs in one basket." If you drop the basket, or if it breaks, you lose everything. Let's not keep all of our humans on one planet, for the same reason. ( Full Answer )
Pictures can be found all over the internet. Simply search on any search engine. Wikipedia has many photos as well.
Yes- People have sent jellyfish to space. In fact we've sent over 2,000 jellyfish to space.
Via a rocket. They are blasted up and then they float around a bit before coming back to earth.
people are not safe in space if there air tanks run out of oxygen because there is no air in space.
No because if you go into space you would die from the lack of air and the air would freeze or boild you to death
they have special foods, suits and toilets. eezpeez unless something goes wrong then you die;)
a person would "explode" due to any element in space such as your blood would turn to gas causing the person to implode rather than explode.
Of course there aren't any space colonies just yet, but when when we do build these settlements colonists will eventually grow certain plants for food so that people won't have to bring any from Earth. Eventually, Livestock such as cows, sheep, goats, and perhaps pigs will be sent from Earth, provid…ing a more diverse diet. ( Full Answer )
no one knows it was not recorded all that was recorded was Nell Armstrong and his partner was the first ones to make it to the moon.
Because if something went wrong it would be only a dog dying not a human it's not only until later when they made rockets that worked well they put humans in them
The space shuttle was lifted into space by means of the rockets fueled via the Solid Recovery Boosters (SRB's) and the large External Tank.
Firstly, space probes are too small to carry a passenger. Secondly, there are no life support systems on probes, there is no place for a passenger, as everything is taken up with electronic equipment, and the heating in probes only raises the temperature enough to keep the electrical equipment from… short-circuiting. Thirdly, most probes use an Ion Engine, an engine that shoots very small particles very quickly in order to move forward. While the plus for these type of engines is that it almost never runs out of fuel, the downside is that, since the particles are so small, the force created by expelling these particles is very small, which translates into the probes moving (relatively) very slowly. On a tangent, the TIE Fighters in the Star Wars movies (the Empire's fighters) should have been unable to move and dart around as rapidly as they do. TIE stands for Twin Ion Engines, and, as I mentioned, ion engines don't allow for great speeds. ( Full Answer )
-- If they're in the same vehicle, capsule, space station etc., in a 'shirt-sleeve' environment, then they communicate with each other conversationally, by the use of their mouths and vocal apparatus. -- If they're in different vehicles, or separated by vacuum such as walking together on the mo…on, or communicating with controllers or other people on Earth, then they communicate by radio. ( Full Answer )
"Space junk" is an unintended side affect of putting craft into orbit. It is the remnant pieces of the rocket used to launch and old unused hardware that has been abandoned for better technology.
Yes, as long as they are inside a shuttle or space station. But water will not "pour" in zero gravity and instead will clump into floating balls of water. Either you squirt it into your mouth or open your mouth and swallow it out of the air.
It's no secret that the risk of personal harm is greater among those who volunteer to train and be launched far from Earth's surface, and so any individual who prefers to avoid risk of injury should not space travel. It's also true that manned flight is more expensive and complex than unmanne…d flight, since it requires both the means to keep the crew alive and well during the mission, and also the means to return them to Earth. Aside from these considerations, there is no general reason why people should not space travel. ( Full Answer )
People may be bored, tired or trying to figure out an emotion they are experiencing due to what is happening around them or something that has been said. Sometimes the term dissociation can be used.
Yes a space station carrys people. Why would you even ask that question if you know that people go into space
the roam (go around) planets. they have a camera attatced to them so that we can see what the 'robot sees. usually we send these 'robots' to space to see if there is any life on planets.
Sound in a hearing context (rather than a wave in a metal structure etc) is a pressure vibration in air. Space has no air.
A s a great many people do so, it is safe to assume they should.
most of the time, a space shuttle is sent unmanned to space with the satellite on the top of the shuttle. Then they send the sattelite further into space for good precision on the Earth, or other planets.
Yes, Space Shuttles carried people into space for many years. Today they have been retired and are no longer in use.
Then only places in space that people would be louder than on Earthare places with denser atmospheres or equivalents (must havematter), assuming their respiratory system can work just as well asit does here. In outer space, there is no sound at all since there areinsufficient amounts of molecules t…o transmit sound waves. ( Full Answer )