On October 10, 1946, a V-2 rocket that had been captured from the Nazis by the United States, was fired. It rose 107 miles into space. Where "space" starts varies depending who you ask, but in general, 50 to 75 miles up is regarded as "space".
There are shadows in space... There are shadows in space because when an object block another object from the light of stars near the object and the shadow hit the object behind it then a shadow is made!! By Joshua Aguiza
Yes, weight depends on the gravity of the planet. The weight of an object is different on a planet with a different gravity. An object has zero weight in outer space. No! An object does not have zero weight in outer space. Why? Because gravity exists in outer space.