Yes, you would see the same way in outer space as you do on Earth.
because spacecrafts can see that the earth spins from outer space :)
the great walls of china
The moon is the closest thing in outer space to the earth.
The best proof of the shape of the earth is photographs from outer space. Since we have observed the earth from space we can see that it is actually an ellipsoid.
yes earth is in outer space so if someones says im gonna go to outer space no there going somewher else in space its because we have gravity so we will not float so yes earth is in outer space.
Earth loses energy to outer space through radiation.
Rocks that fall to earth from outer space are called meteorites.
Not in outer space; but it does rain on Earth and Earth is in space so in a sense it does.
Earth loses heat energy to outer space mainly by radiation.
I think you mean "Has the Earth ever been photographed from outer space?" and yes it has.
Google Earth apparrently can see a gnats whisker ! I'm thinking the only man made thing actually visible from outer space is the Great Wall of China, but I've yet to go into space.....
Outer space is outside the Earth, not anywhere on the surface of this planet.
this question does not make sense. the earth is in space.......
Earth is in orbit around the sun...we're in space.
space, or outer space
gonna say maybe the moon; the earth; stars..asteroids?
i really don't know actually to be honest
You cannot see rainbows from space.
That is the correct spelling of "outer space" (space away from Earth orbit, or away from the solar system).
Actually you can see at least three galaxies (the Andromeda galaxy; the Large Magellanic Cloud; the Small Magellanic Cloud) with the naked eye from Earth, without having to go into outer space.
No you cant see the great wall of china from outer space O.o