Plane Space was created in 2002.
A regular plane can't get into space - they are not built for that.
The Space Shuttle refers to NASA's particular space plane, whereas a space plane encompasses all aircraft which takeoff from Earth's surface into space and then land on return.
The four imaginary space relationships that every drawing has are: Projection plane, Frontal plane, Horizontal plane, & Profile plane.
The plane is in two dimensional and the space figure is in three dimensional.
Plane forces are confined to a plane or are not three dimensional, while space forces are three dimensional..
She was in the plane of the challenger when she went to space.
A rocket plane that astronauts use to travel to space.
It is a plane.
Space shuttles are plane like vehicles that travel in space, i hope that answered your question
the plane, or xy plane, has two dimensions space has 3 dimensions
It is its area.
The space shuttle lands like a plane and is reusable.
You do not have 3 coordinates in the Cartesian plane. The Cartesian plane is a plane and is therefore 2 dimensional. In 2 dimensional space you require only 2 coordinates. 3 coordinates are required to locate a point in 3-dimensional space but then it cannot be a Cartesian PLANE.
Because the jet plane has not enough power to launch it self to free space.
Well the plane is flying through the air not through space. It is the pressure differential on the airfoils that make the plane move through the air.
The engine on the plane is not as strong and big as the rocket Also the pressure could destroy the plane into pieces
It's in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
Three points can determine a plane but not 3-d space.
In plane truss, both the truss structure and the applied loads lie in the same plane. In space truss, either the structure or the loads or both lie in different planes.