What is the furthest distance man has been from earth?
To the moon 1969.
Voyager 1 is the furthest and Voyager 2 is the second furthest
From Cape Canaveral, around the moon, and back to earth. Greatest distance from earth during the trip = about 240,000 miles, or roughly -- 0.0056 of the shortest possible distance to Mars, -- 0.0026 of the distance to the sun, -- 0.00000004 of the distance to the nearest star outside the solar system.
Voyager 1 is the furthest man-made object from Earth. It is 10.3 billion miles from the Sun. It takes 15 hours for signals to reach Earth from this distance.
The furthest man-made object from Earth is space probe Voyager 1,launched 1977.It is,as of May 9,2011,about 17,300,000,000km from the Sun.
The furthest man-made satellite from Earth is Voyager 1 - launched on the 5th of September 1977.
No. No, no human has ever been to Mars. The furthest man has been is to the Moon
No. The furthest "man" has gone is the moon.
It is possible for something to be so far away from the Sun that that thing and the Sun would not be aware of each others existence. But for a human being the furthest man can get from the Sun at the moment is to be on the ISS when it is on the dark side of the Earth at Aphelion. However, the astronauts on the Moon at Aphelion and Apogee would have been the… Read More
No. The furthest astronauts have actually been (actually walking on not flying) is the moon.
No one has every been to Mercury. The furthest man has been is to the Moon. Probes have been sent to Mercury
Voyager I, which was launched in the late 70's (precisely in September 1977) is the farthest man made spacecraft from the Earth. As of now (October 2010), Voyager 1 is at a distance of over 17 billion kilometers from the Sun. Also, it is more than 17 billion kilometers away from Earth. For more information on the Voyager Mission check the related link.
What is the furthest distance a space exploration vehicle launched on earth ever traveled away from earth?
The Voyager 1, which was launched in 1977, is the farthest man-made object from Earth. It is still traveling away from the Earth, and is now approximately 11.7 billion miles from Earth. All contact is lost with the spacecraft, and its batteries are expected to die in a few years. Interesting information still arriving from the edge of the Heliopause: thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/10/30/voyager-1-mystery-solar-wind-ceases/.
Voyager 1 travelled closer to Jupiter and was given a boost from the planets gravity, a sling shot that now means it is the fastest and furthest man made object from Earth. As of 2011, it is around 116.4 Astronomical Units from the sun, where 1 Astronomical Unit is the distance between the sun and the Earth. Signals being sent from earth, travelling at the speed of light, take over 16 hours to reach the… Read More
By whom or what. If you mean by man, then the answer is no. The furthest man has reached is so infinitesimally small that there shouldn't be an answer. The furthest we have been is 1.5 light seconds from Earth. The observable Universe is 13.7 billion light years away, which means 144,109,966,666,666,667 return Moon trips. However, the Universe does not have an edge. If you COULD fly off in one direction at an incredible speed… Read More
As far as we know, the farthest that human beings have gone from the earth's surface has been in the Apollo command modules that orbited around the far side of the moon. Give them credit for maybe a quarter million miles from earth ... 250,000 miles. -- about 1 percent of the distance to Venus when it's closest to earth; -- about 1/2 percent of the distance to Mars when it's closest to earth… Read More
To date (and probably until the 2030's), there has been no manned mission sent to Mars by NASA or any other astronomical organization. No human being has gone to Mars, and the furthest man has ever gone from the Earth is to the Moon. Thus, we don't understand what you're talking about
I am quite positive that no "Man" has been born on earth... Only little boys that grow to become "Man".
The Capital Gate Building of Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, is the world's furthest leaning man-made tower. That's the findings that were included in a Guinness World Records announcement in June 2010. Specifically, the building has been constructed with a deliberate eighteen  degree slope.
Man destroys the mother earth by polluting it. But things have been turning around since the late 1900s and man has realised that they are doing wrong to our planet, so have been going "green"
No. The furthest man has "ventured" is the Moon. The nearest black hole is over 1,600 light years away.
as man is polluting the earth and forming different disasters they have been destroying our MOTHER EARTH .
The voyager space probes that visited the outer planets in the 70's and 80's, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. Voyager 1 flew by Jupiter and Saturn, while the Voyager 2 probe visited all four gas giant planets; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Voyager 1 is the furthest man made object from Earth at around 122AU from Earth as of September 2012. That is 122 times the distance between the Earth and Sun.
The furthest Man has gone, is to the Moon. No Man could even land on Saturn as it does not have a surface.
104.8m by Uwe Hohn (GDR)
Using the ruler function on Google Earth shows that between the two closest points the distance is roughly 32.5 miles, or 52.3km.
Since we live ON the Earth, all satellites WE have sent have been sent FROM the Earth, and circle around it.
most scientist believe man has been on earth for more than 200,000 years. the oldest human settlement ever found was more than 160,000 years old.
They were spacecraft launched in 1977 to survey the outer planets of the Solar System. They gave us the first close up photographs of Jupiter in 1979. They are still travelling and are the furthest man-made objects from Earth.
All except for the earth.
none you see, there is no use, we live on Earth.....
No, only the moon has been stepped on by man, other than the earth.
If the "first an" is meant to be "first man", then the answer is that no man has been on any planet other than the earth.
The Arabian is one of the oldest man - made breeds on earth, it has been around since at least the 16th century BC.
Men have been as far as the Moon, which averages about 260,000 miles away. No human beings have ever been farther away from the Earth.
Homo Sapiens are believed to have first appeared on Earth roughly 200,000 years ago.
they are both spherical in shape man has been on both places there are mtn's on the moon and earth
The bottom of the Marianis Trench, although deep well drilling will probably soon eclipse this.
Modern man evolved a long time ago. There has never been a time in all the years that man has been upon the earth that has, to him, has not been a modern time. From the time of Adam to the present day there have been thousands of modern times. If there is one aspect of the evolvment of mankind it is through knowledge. Man began life as a man and not some ameba crawling… Read More
Nothing man-made has been sent to a black hole, the furthest out one of our probes has got is the edge of our solar system. A probe would have to go many orders of magnitude further than that to get to a black hole.
We haven't landed on any planets yet, except earth of course. Man has been to the moon and sent robots to mars but no man has ever stood on any planet other than earth.
There have been gods since the first man walked the earth.
Since man has walked the earth.
Since man has walked upon this earth.
Yes, communications from both of the spacecraft are still received through the Deep Space Network, despite Voyager 1 being the furthest ever man-made object from earth.
Nothing man-made has left our solar system yet. The furthest thing is Voyager 1, which is now about 116AU away from Earth, around 10.8 billion miles - at the edge of our solar system.
Our technology is not yet good enough to build spacecraft capable of going fast enough. The stars are a LONG way away. The furthest any man-made spacecraft has been are the two Voyager probes, both of which are only just now approaching the boundaries of our solar system. It would take tens of thousands of years before they could reach even the nearest star - and they aren't going that way.
The farthest distance from the Earth that any human beings have been propelled was scored by the Apollo astronauts who orbited the moon, putting them roughly 2,200 miles farther from us than those who merely landed on the moon's nearer side ... a total of maybe 241,000 miles from Earth, or about 1/4 of one percent of the distance to the sun, and about 7/10 of one percent of the shortest distance between the Earth… Read More
No. Christ Jesus has always been and will always be man, not God.
The earliest human fossils have been found in Africa. Modern humans evolved over two hundred thousand years ago, so no one man could be called the first man on earth.
Because many of the rock formations appear to have been man made from a distance.