How far is Earth from space?
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.
Earth is in orbit around the sun...we're in space.
this question does not make sense. the earth is in space.......
about 340km above the earth
About 250 miles.
As long as it takes for me to have a 69 with your sister.
115 to 400 miles above the Earth.
Space begins approximately 62 miles above the Earth; an area known as the Karman Line.
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.
adout 350 miles
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.
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It is so called the eye in the sky as man cansee far, far into space about 900 times compared from earth.
199 miles from the surface of the earth.
Usually within 250 miles
It orbits at 569 km above Earth.
Average distance is 370 Km
trillions of miles away
That depends how far from Earth you start, and how fast you go.
It depends on how far away you are looking from, but it will look blue and white from space. There is a picture in the link below of the earth taken form the moon.
According to NASA, space begins about 100 km above the surface of the earth, where the atmopshere is considered to be null.
By convention in the aerospace industry, Space is considered to be above an altitude of 100 km from Earth's surface.
The Hubble Space Telescope is 600km above the Earth's surface.
The moon is at an estimated distance of 320 000 km from the Earth. The shuttle is on average 350 km form the surface of the earth... that means that the moon is about 915 times further away from the Earth then the space shuttle!
To answer that, we have to agree on where space starts; then we can say how far away that is. Let's say that space starts where the air is so thin that a satellite can stay in orbit, without slowing down enough to fall down to earth. That's about 160 miles straight up from where you are right now. Everything farther than that is 'space'.
if your talking about the ones that Saturn and Jupiter have well then earth has no rings around it
The International Space Station orbits at an altitude of about 150 miles. Future space stations will likely be positioned in geosynchronous orbits at about 23,000 miles up, or in the Lagrangian points of the Earth-Moon system, about 250,000 miles from Earth.
32 miles or until the earth curves an your looking into space
how far away from the earth did yuri gagarin travel?
a space probe
The gravitational pull from the planets and the sun
16 to 80 km from earth surface
Robots are an integral part of life on Earth and in space. However, there are far more robots on the surface of the Earth than in space. Some notable robots on earth include manufacturing robots and robotic surgery tools. Those in space include the robots exploring Mars and the solar system.
More information on Space Shuttle http://www.onestopsolver.com/space-shuttle-orbit-flight-path.html
No. Space shuttles do not have the capability to travel so far. They are designed for low earth orbit.
The space probe furthest from the Earth is Voyager 1. It is at a distance of 109.366 AU from Earth. 1 AU is the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Hence, it is around 110 times the distance between the earth and the Sun and around 10 times further than Pluto is from Earth.
It depends on what you mean. If you mean the international antenna arrays that are located on earth, then they have no distance from Earth. If you mean deep space as in space that has not really been explored yet, one could argue that deep space starts at the edge of our solar system.
About 350 kilometers. The International Space Station (ISS) is in low Earth orbit (LEO) that between 330 and 435 km (205 and 270 mi) above Earth.
Superman can circumnavigate the Earth with ease. He still needs to breath so he couldn't get very far away from the Earth so he couldn't fl;y into space.
If you're willing to consider the beginning of 'space' to be the distance from earth where there's no longer enough air pressure for a person to breathe, then space is every place that's more than about 6 or 7 miles out and away from the surface of the earth. By that definition, the top of Mt. Everest is almost in 'space'.
Yes, many of them. But as far as anybody knows, every one of them was built on earth and launched from earth before it landed here.
A space probe. :D
About 62 miles, or 100 kilometres, is the generally accepted distance.
Like on Earth you can see millions of light years into space.
150 million km.