What was the first object lonched into space?
an unmanned space toilet lol lol lol :) From sam and alex
Man, do you need to use the Spell Check program! I THINK you meant to ask "WHO WAS PRESIDENT WHEN THE SOVIET UNION LAUNCHED THEIR SPACE SHUTTLE?" As they don't have a space shuttle, we don't know who the president will be when they do have one.
No, Russia was the first country to send up a object to space. The answer above is not correct. The first object sent into space was a German V2 in 1942. There even is a movie showing the first images of space. Soviet Union sent the first flight with an animal (the Dog Laïka), and the first flight with a human (Yuri Gagarine)
It has been hypothesized that the "first" object from earth the exit the atmosphere and enter space was in fact the moon. However, the first documented man-made object to enter orbit was the Soviet satellite Sputnik, in 1957.
Sergei Korolev was the master mind behind the Sputnik spacecraft, the first manmade object in space.
A V-2 rocket on 3rd October 1942 was lauched by the Germans during test flights in the second world war. This was thought to be the first object sent into sub-orbital space.
Sputnik, a Russian satellite.
The USSR was the first country to send and object into space. That objct was Sputnik 1 and it was launched on 4 October 1957.
I think it was Sputnik. But the first man-made object in space was a steel plate that was launched into space by an atomic bomb test. That only happened two months before Sputnik.
The object model is said to reside in object space. we can covert object space units of measure to image space by scaling transformation method.
The first object sent into space by the human race was the Sputnik satellite which did not carry any animal passengers. The first animal sent into space was Laika the dog. Monkeys came later.
Yes it was launched by the Soviet Union and was the firt man made object in space.
The first man made objects to reach space were the German V-2 rockets in World War II which reached an altitude of 100 km. The V-2 did not reach orbit however. The first object in orbit was the soviet Satelite Sputnik.
The first "Human made object in space" was a German V2 Rocket October 3rd 1942. (Suborbital - 52 Miles / 85 Kilometers). The first Orbital object to reach space was Sputnik 1 October 4th 1957. The first living thing in space was Laika (a part Samoyed Terrier) aboard Sputnik 2 November 3rd 1957. The first human in space was Cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin April 12th 1961.
It is called an eclipse.
Anywhere where there is a object that orbits another object in space (A satellite is an object that orbits another object in space. )
The amount of space that an object takes up is known as its volume. Volume is how much space takes up in an object
The moon is the closest object in space to Earth.
Volume is the amount of space an object occupies.
The amount of space occupied by an object is called its VOLUME.
Explorer 1 was the first US object to be launched into Earth Orbit January 31st, 1958.
There are shadows in space... There are shadows in space because when an object block another object from the light of stars near the object and the shadow hit the object behind it then a shadow is made!! By Joshua Aguiza
volume is the quantity of space an object take up.
Hypernovae are the brightest object in space while black holes are the darkest object in space.
No. A celestial object is an object in outer space, such as a planet, star, meteor or comet. Clouds are not in outer space, therefore they are not a celestial object.
If you're talking about who was the first nation to ever successfully place an object in space, the Soviet Union was the first to send a satellite into orbit. The United States was the first nation to successfully place a human being on the moon.
The first manmade object in space were the German V-2 rockets in World War II, they flew a suborbital path and some may have reached the 100 km height that NASA defines as the altitude where space begins.
What is amount of the three-dimensional space enclosed within or occupied by an object geometric solid?
The space occupied by an object is its volume The space contained within a hollow object is its capacity.
The Launch of Sputnik 1, the first human-made object that orbited the Earth. This marked the start of the space age in 1957.
The amount of space that matter in an object occupies is its volume.
This is called the volume of the object, the enclosed three-dimensional space.
The amount of space an object takes up is its volume.
The amount of space an object occupies is the volume. This is easily confused with mass, which is how much matter comprises an object.
Sputnik, was supposedly the first man made object to reach space. It was a Russian built satellite, that sent out radio waves o be picked up by scientists and civilians all over the world.
Every single object in space exerts a force on every single other object. They don't even have to be close.
when a moving object in space is moving, it doesn't stop until acted upon another force (newtons first law) and when that object hits that object, depending on the mass and speed, will determine the the size of the crater.
What was the name of the first object we built that was permanent in space and you could live on it for an extended amount of time?
The objects that meet you description would be called space stations today. The world's first space station was the Soviet Union's Salyut 1 -- launched on April 19, 1971. America's first space station was Skylab -- launched May, 14, 1973
The amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its volume.
the amount of space taken up or occupied by an object is its?
The space taken up by an object is called volume.
What is an object sent into space to circle earth A satellite 😇
Newton's first law of motion is that if a object travels through a gravity-less space, it will never stop unless a force greater to or equal to the amount of force it took to originally move the object.
Object space helps you to keep the data in the right place. Image space is more flexible and easier to use.
The first object launched by the U.S. into space was Explorer I in 1958. This was an unmanned satellite. The first American in space was Alan B. Shepard in 1961. Note: the Russians beat us on both fronts, launching the unmanned Sputnik and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin earlier than us.
The first machine to land on the moon was a Russian unmanned space lander. It was the first man made object to ever touch the moon's surface.
A space craft is an object in space such as a Spaceship or Satellite.
Yes, weight depends on the gravity of the planet. The weight of an object is different on a planet with a different gravity. An object has zero weight in outer space. No! An object does not have zero weight in outer space. Why? Because gravity exists in outer space.
Spuknik 1 had a big significance in the race of space exploration between the Russians and the Americans in the cold war. It was the first object which could be lauched on a orbit in space. Sputnik 1 was the FIRST manmade object to orbit the Earth. It practically sparked the space race. While it just took temperatures, it was like a slap in the face for America. Sputnik 1, as I know, fell out… Read More
The first manmade object in outer space was Sputnik 1, launched by the USSR on October 4, 1957.