There are 62 miles or 100 kilometers from earth to outer space of its boundary. Astronauts are able to say that they have reached space after reaching the 50 mile mark.
Its 100 km or 62.1 miles straight up from sea level.
in Outer Space
The Earth's atmosphere gets progressively thinner at higher altitudes, and runs out completely at about 200 miles up, which is where outer space begins. Outer space is surprisingly close; only 200 miles away.
I think its...im not quite sure but i heard its something like 26 miles!
about 100 miles
It is 1,735,234,712,7034,123,592,654 miles away
this question does not make sense. the earth is in space.......
About 100 miles.
The Earth's atmosphere doesn't end abruptly, so there are different definitions. One of these definitions is that "space" or "outer space" starts 100 km from the surface.
ANSWER there are many galxy in outer space so dont ask ......... nothing can go there for miles and miles of trip to count the galaxy so plz dont ask
By the official NASA definition, Space is 100 kilometres up from the Earth's surface. At this point the Earth's atmosphere is considered to be negligible.
The Inner Reaches of Outer Space has 160 pages.
The Complete Book of Outer Space has 144 pages.
There are about 500 miles between Pittsburgh and the Outer Banks.
Yes you can. You can see it 150 miles in space. From space at least because space starts at 60 miles above the atmosphere. you can see it from there but from outer space which starts at 200 miles you are probably able to but not a great gurantee.
after outer space is deep space.
Mr. Monk in Outer Space has 288 pages.
If you mean the International Space Station, 220 miles, or 350 kilometers. I f you mean space, that has been defined in many ways, 60 miles, 62 miles, 80 miles, 100 miles. For that answer you need to specify what you really need to know. Like where is there no more air, what is the International definition of the beginning of space. At what altitude has a person considered to have been in outer space?
From liftoff the Shuttle can be in outer space within 7 to 9 minutes.
This depends on how fast you are going first of all, so if we just assume you are travelling in a space shuttle, that travels at 17,500 miles per hour (about mach 11-12) we take that and divide how many miles Earth's atmosphere is. Seeing as how Earth's atmosphere is only 300 miles thick, if we round to the nearest thousandth of a second it will take around 1.02 minutes to fully exit the atmosphere and reach outer space.
There are 20 billion stars in outer space Naaah i woudnt have a qlue noone knows