Which satellite is known as tajmahal in space?
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A space station is a satellite.
The natural body that orbits a planet is known as a moon or satellite.
If you are referring to artificial satellites (which I think you are) it has to be the ISS (International Space Station) Only one natural satellite of the Earth is known ... the one known as "The Moon". Being the only one, it's also the largest. It's also far larger than any of the artificial satellites, so it's the largest satellite of Earth, period. The largest artificial satellite of Earth currently is the International Space Station… Read More
Satellite- A probe implies probing or traveling through space and not fixed.
space satellites are in space and earth satellites are in earth.
A "live satellite" is something that is being shown "live" from a satellite, such as images from space, or views of the Earth from a satellite in outer space. TV programs you watch on satellite is not considered "live satellite".
A space shuttle has never hit a satellite.
The Jupiter C launch vehicle - a modified Redstone ballistic missile carried the Explorer I spacecraft, officially known as Satellite 1958 Alpha, the first United States earth satellite into space on February 1, 1958.
One major difference between an artificial satellite and a space probe is that the artificial satellite?
A artifial satelite and space probe is that a artifial satellite orbits somthing else whereas a space probe fly farther into space.
The first launch that successfully placed an artificial satellite in earth orbit was conducted by the USSR (Soviet Union) in October, 1957. That artificial satellite was known as Sputnik I.
A space probe is an unmanned spacecraft designed to explore the solar system and transmit data back to earth. A satellite is an object that orbits around a planet. By these definitions the space shuttle is not a space probe and is only sometimes a satellite. It is considered a satellite only when it is in orbit around Earth. However, the space shuttle is not usually referred to as a 'satellite' no matter if it… Read More
A communicate satellite is an artificial satellite stationed in space
neither it is usually referred to as a launch vehicle. a space probe is unmanned and transmits data back to earth and a space satellite is something that orbits the earth. you could call the shuttle a satellite but it is not normally referred to as that.
The satellite is in space.
Sahajan built tajmahal
What action does the Soviet Union repeatedly take concerning reform movements within the satellite nations?
the rivaly between the U.S. and the Soviet Union over the of space was known as the " space race. "
What is a well known space project that uses a gyroscope to operate other than the Hubble telescope?
The International Space Station, or the MESSENGER radar mapping satellite currently orbiting Venus.
A space station is a satellite designed to allow humans to live in outer space.
A hubble space telescope is a space probe which is in orbit around the Earth so it's a satellite.
When the Soviets launched their satellite, named "Sputnik", almost immediately the United States established the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (known as NASA) in July of 1958.
The Magellan space satellite is an American satellite. It was launched by NASA in 1989 and was built by Martin Marietta and Hughes Aircraft.
A space observatory. Its the Hubble space telescope which is one of the most well known space observatories, a large telescope satellite that is in orbit above the earth. The advantage of putting a telescope here means that there are no dust particles or atmospheric disturbances in the way, meaning it can capture far more detailed pictures and measurements.
The USSR's Sputnik was the first artificial satellite.
The Sputnik was the first satellite in Space. It was sent by the Soviet Union October 4, 1957.
A space probe is not the same as a satellite, because they can orbit planets and sat elites don't.
The Soviet Union launched the world's first space satellite in 1957
a satellite is for sending picture from space to earth
The first artificial satellite in space was called the Sputnik. The Sputnik satellite was launched on the 4th of October, 1957. It belonged to the Soviet Union.
That object is called satellite, there are two types of satellites: natural satellite and man-made satellite, natural satellite are natural and man-made satellite are machines that observes the space, like the hubble space telescope.
Assuming no typo on your part regarding the "A" satellite, it would be that the moon was the first satellite orbiting earth. If you meant "why is the moon known as a satellite", it's because it is a satellite. Anything that orbits is a 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.
A satellite and space probe both orbit Earth (sometimes in geosynchronous orbits).
No. The first satellite to be launched into space was Sputnik, launched by the Soviet Union in 1957.
It depends what satellite, USA put many in space. but some astronomers in Europe did also
A space craft is an object in space such as a Spaceship or Satellite.
NO tajmahal is bigger
How did President Eisenhower react when the Soviet Union launched Sputnik the first space satellite?
He approved a U.S. space program, known as NASA, to catch up with the Soviets. you study island people are cheaters
they built it in outer space
Put it in a rocket and launch it into space
No. It is a satellite.
What is the difference between a space probe and a space satellite and a space rocket and a space shuttle?
Generally, a satellite orbits the Earth, while a space probe is sent to gather information beyond Earth orbit. However, probe can orbit the Earth (and therefore technically be a satellite) or go into orbit around another body (the Moon, Mars, etc.) and therefore also technically become a satellite of that body.
No, it's a space telescope. In the context of spaceflight, a satellite is some object that has been placed into orbit by humans. Such objects are sometimes called artificial satellites to distinguish them from earths natural satellite the moon. SO.... the hubble space telescope could be called a satellite.
Russia was the first to launch a satellite into space, this satellite was called Sputnick.
Satellite dish is used to receive the data colleted by the satellite and to give commands to it.
The reflector piece of a Dish satellite is curved in order to receive the proper signals from the orbiting satellites in space (also known as orbital locations). In order to view a specific satellite channel, each Dish reflector is designed with a different curvature.
A Satellite gives off signels. Shuttles do but not ones that are helpful to us. :P
The United States sent its first satellite into space on February 1, 1958. The satellite was called Explorer 1, and the duration of its mission was 111 days.
There 3,000 satellites in space...I think...