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A piece of space debris that falls to earth is commonly known as a meteorite. When knocked out of orbit during collisions with other space material, meteorites can travel through the atmosphere and make landfall.
Sound and Light can travel through space.
this is called a meteor.
Because of the enormous amount of friction between Earth's atmosphere and the Space Shuttle.
if you are looking at space from earth with a telescope your view will have to go through the earth atmosphere.... and for that the less brighter object in space will be blocked by the atmosphere... polutions etc.... but space telescope like hubbles... etc are situated in outer layer of our earth atmosphere..... thats why through it we can observe much clear space view....
There is no "space atmosphere".
Telescopes on Earth have to look through the atmosphere (air) which distorts the image. Telescopes in space dont have to look through the atmosphere and so the image is a lot clearer.
Up through the atmosphere and through outer space.
Never. A "meteorite" is a space rock that fell through the Earth's atmosphere and became a "meteor", and survived the fall to the Earth. No meteorite from Earth will ever be taken to an "alien galaxy". Why would we? We'll find plenty of space rocks in space, where we don't have to use fuel to lift them back into space from the Earth's surface.
Not unless there's some material matter in the space.
Convection and conduction are means of transferring heat through the atmosphere. Technically radiation is too, but it is the one that doesn't need an atmosphere to travel through - it also travels through space.
A meteoroid is space debris that is made up of rock. A meteoroid that enters Earth's atmosphere and burns up is called a meteor. A meteorite is a meteor that survives the fall through Earth's atmosphere.
In space there is no interference by Earth's atmosphere.In space there is no interference by Earth's atmosphere.In space there is no interference by Earth's atmosphere.In space there is no interference by Earth's atmosphere.
Most people who went into outer space have survived.
Energy transfers to the atmosphere by electromagnetic waves. The waves travel from the sun, through space, and down to Earth's atmosphere.
While you can see the clouds that float in the air, you do not see the atmosphere itself, whether you are on the earth or in space. You look through the atmosphere to see sea and land.
Because Earth's gravity is stronger the farther in through the atmosphere you go. Out of the atmosphere in space there is no gravity except on other planets.
A meteriod is a floating piece of rock in space. It becomes a meteor when it is flying through the atmosphere. The piece of rock that survives the trip through the atmosphere is called a meteorite.
No. A meteor is an object from space that is falling through earth's atmosphere. An Asteroid is a large object composed primarily or rock and/or metal in space. An asteroid that is falling through the atmosphere could be considered a meteor.
"Shooting stars" or meteors are bits of material falling through Earth's atmosphere; they are heated to incandescence by the friction of the air. The bright trails as they are coming through the Earth's atmosphere are termed meteors, and these chunks as they are hurtling through space are called meteoroids. Large pieces that do not vaporize completely and reach the surface of the Earth are termed meteoritesMeteors
not unless your arm has as much power as a space shuttle cause they have to break through the atmosphere