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The first man made, and Russian (Soviet) satellite was Sputnik launched in 1957.

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The very first satellite put into orbit was the Russian satellite Sputnik put into orbit on October 4th, 1957.

What was the Russian satellite that was launch in 1957 that began the race between the Russian and the United States?

The Sputnik I was the first satellite launched into low earth orbit on October 4th 1957

What was the world's first artificail satellite?

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Why were people scared of sputnik?

They thought it was a Russian spy satellite

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Sputnik, a Russian satellite.

What does sputnik mean in pig latin?

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Who invented the tv satellite?

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How long was the first satellite in orbit?

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When was the first saterlite in space?

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Why did they name sputnik?

The Russian word sputnik literally means "traveling companion" or "satellite".

What was the first Soviet spacecraft ever launched?

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How much did the first man-made world satellite weigh?

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Which flamboyant musician quit music in 1957 after seeing the Russian satellite Sputnik?

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What is the original language of the word sputnik?

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