Yes, a Russian satellite.
Sputnik 1 was a Russian satellite.
Russian scientists worked together to build the first satellite
the moon is a satellite or there was a Russian one spudnick
No. The first artificial satellite launched was the Russian satellite, Sputnik 1.
The very first satellite put into orbit was the Russian satellite Sputnik put into orbit on October 4th, 1957.
The Sputnik I was the first satellite launched into low earth orbit on October 4th 1957
Russian satellite sputnik.Answer:The first artificial satellite was Sputnik I, launched by the Soviet Union on the 4th of October 1957
a big clan of Russian scientists.
The Russian satellite Sputnik
They thought it was a Russian spy satellite
Sputnik was an early Russian space satellite.
Sputnik, a Russian satellite.
Nothing - It is Russian for Satellite actually, while sputnik was the first satellite sent up by the Russians into space, and first ever really, it doesn't mean satellite in Russian. It means "fellow traveler of the earth" contrary to what you might think
1957 -- when Sputnik was launched into orbit by Russian astronauts.
It was the Russian spacecraft Sputnik in August 1957.
It was the Russian sputnik, it was up for about 7 months.
("If you mean the first one launched, It was named "Sputnik 1".) Here we go again... NO It Wasn't! The first Spacecraft with a human to go into space was the Russian Satellite called 'Vostok', or 'Vostok 3KA'. 'Sputink', is the Russian word for 'Satellite', it was NOT the Name of the spacecraft. imagine if every Russian called 'Apollo 18' ... 'Satilite' with a heavy russian accent... DRrr Not. Now to address the question, name of a russian spaceship? there are many...
The first satellite in space was the Russian Sputnik, launched in 1957.
The Russian word sputnik literally means "traveling companion" or "satellite".
In Russian, the word 'Sputnik' is translated to the English word 'Satellite'.The actual name of the SATELLITE was 'Vostok' or 'Vostok 3KA'.
The first artificial satellite, was the Russian Sputnik. It weighed 184 pounds. The first American satellite weighed only 1.8 pounds. The Russian's second satellite weighed about one ton.
'Sputnik' is how the Russian word 'Cпутник' (Satellite) is written in English.