NASA considers people to be astronauts once they've traveled higher than 80 km (50 miles). The earth's atmosphere officially ends at approximately 800 km (500 miles) but shuttles and the northern lights have been seen at altitudes of around 690 km (431 miles).
Various agencies have designated lower altitudes for the beginning of space. The Federation Aeronautique Internationale has established the Karman line at an altitude of 100 km (62 miles).
The reality is that there is no clear boundary between the Earth and outer space.
I am not no NASA but I would say around 20Miles up from Ground we would be in Space, it kind of hard to believe but if you think a plane climbs around 1mile, -50 degrees, and you travel up another 19 miles you would be in no gravity Zone with no air, so to me that's the point of Space.
If I am wrong then I can live with that, but it would be good to get exact zone and degrees.
As for shuttles and northern lights, well they are both seen at low altitudes, however you can see satellites very clearly from you own back garden on clear night. So space and orbit can not be that far as its only approx 250klm above ground level which you can see the Space station very clear.
Pluto is in space, just as the Earth is in space.
this question does not make sense. the earth is in space.......
Earth is in orbit around the sun...we're in space.
about 340km above the earth
When you go 100 km above in the sky you are in the space.
As long as it takes for me to have a 69 with your sister.
About 250 miles.
115 to 400 miles above the Earth.
Space begins approximately 62 miles above the Earth; an area known as the Karman Line.
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The sun is not in the Earth's atmosphere, it is in space, very very far away from the planet Earth. The sun is very far outside the entire atmosphere of the earth. The sun is in space.
Trillions of them, at least. Luckily for us, distances in space are huge, and the things that can destroy Earth are far away.
4k miles, if you mean how far can it be seen from space, rephrase.
where r u from there is no side the earth is flat but in space it isn't
How far is up? How far is left, right, or down? - Cetus is a constellation, which is basically a direction in space.
It orbits at 569 km above Earth.
199 miles from the surface of the earth.
Usually within 250 miles
trillions of miles away
Average distance is 370 Km
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That depends how far from Earth you start, and how fast you go.
It is so called the eye in the sky as man cansee far, far into space about 900 times compared from earth.