The first satellite to be visible was the first satellite in orbit. Sputnik 1 was visible (barely) while its last stage booster was very visible. Early satellites were low altitude and there was less competition from street and city lighting in those days.
Since 1957 when the Russian launched the first satellite.
A satellite is only able to stay in space when there is a balance between the centripetal force and the centrifugal force. If these forces were not balanced, the satellite would crash to the earth.
Yes. The Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first satellite, on October the 4th 1957. The first US satellite was launched on January 31st 1958, and was called Explorer I.
you would blow up! Well considering that space is about minus 270 degrees Celsius, you might feel slightly chilly. You would also be gasping for air since you wouldn't be able to breathe. Personally I would just be wondering how I ended up naked in space in the first place.
no You can't use a cell phone in space, because there are no cell poles or cell stations nearby, to catch your signal. You might be able to be able to use a satellite phone, depending a lot on your exact location: how high are you, and how high is the satellite? What is your angle to the satellite, and do you have a clear line of sight to the satellite? If you get too high above the ground, you can't use a GPS.
Enterprise but it never flew but Columbia was the first in space
No. The first shuttle that flew was the Enterprise. The first that traveled into space was Columbia
by the russians. it was a hollowed out nuclear missile =============================== No, and furthermore, no. Sputnik was the name given to the first man-made object to successfully achieve low-earth-orbit, after earlier failed attempts in both the USA and the USSR. It was not the first intended artificial satellite to be launched, only the first to succeed. And it didn't go anywhere near "outer space", just into thin-enough atmosphere that it was able to stay there for a few months before it fell out of orbit and burned up.
You'll be able to find such software online. You will also not be able to transfer "unlimited" satellite images to your device. Garmin devices generally have rather low amounts of storage space.
Sally Ride was 32 when she went to space for the first time in 1983. She was the first woman from NASA to be able to go on a Space Shuttle mission.
The first Olympic games that was able to reach a global audience via satellite was the Tokyo games in 1964.
India is able to predict weather, give service of high speed internet, telephones, able to detect pollutants. Also, we can gather information about large bodies easily.
The USSR (Russia) put the first man into space. Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet astronaut, was the first man in space on April 12, 1961.America is the first nation who sent man to the outer space especially to the moon.
we are able to predict weather by watching through satellite
With the naked eye from space, you would not be able to see Christmas tree lights from space. However, through sites like Google Maps or Google Earth you can zoom in on the planet from space and could see the lights. The largest man-made creation to be seen from space is the Great Wall of China.
If you contact Royal Satellite Sales and Service at 403-381-7290 they should be able to help you they offer satellite in your area.
He wouldn't be able to run as fast if he had pants on.
The first 'monkeynauts' Able and Baker successfully traveled 360 miles up into space. They were recovered. Able died due to surgical complications. Baker lived out her life at the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
The term "Naked eye" refers to your vision or able to be seen without the aide of a microscope or telescope.
The satellite is important to science because that's how we are able to tell the weather days ahead before it comes.
Because Freesat is done through satellite, any location in the UK should be able to receive it. All that is required is a satellite dish and an HD digital box.
A satellite is not always a robotic module constructed on Earth and launched into orbit. A satellite, in fact, is any object which is orbiting another. The orbiting object is the satellite of whatever it orbits. By now you ought to be able to guess it, but if not, it is the moon.
"see" the satellite.
They will be able to look for more information with satellite images and computers.
to be able for the satellite tv to work you need the following equipments:satellite dishreceivertvsatellite dish gets the satellite analog signals from the satellites outside the world and is transmitted to the receiver. the receiver then converts this analog signals to digital signals then it is displayed to your tv.