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no space missions have ever visited Jupiter because the farthest astronauts have ever gone to is the moon, but picture things have gone to take pics of Jupiter. just not actual astronauts.




Between Earth and Jupiter


Earth is 588 million kilometers away from Jupiter. On a space shuttle, it would take about 2 years to reach Jupiter from Earth.


Jupiter by a ratio of 317.8 to 1, meaning that you could get nearly 318 Earth's in the space occupied by Jupiter.


Jupiter is like Saturn ,it protects the earth from danger and death from grabbing the space dump away from earth


That it is round, blue, cloudy and wonderful.


it is both in space so i pick yes.


Manned missions are space missions where there are people aboard, such as the Space Shuttle or the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969. Missions to other planets have so far been "unmanned" robot probes controlled from Earth.


No. The Space Shuttle were built for near Earth obital missions.


In space during missions and at their training centers while on earth


None. The moon missions were launched by a Saturn 5 rocket carrying an Apollo space capsule. The space shuttles were used for earth orbit missions.


No, No person from Earth has ever been to Jupiter. There was a deep space prober that checked out Jupiter and its moons, as well as its storms and atmosphere.


No space shuttle has ever been to Jupiter. The Space shuttle was never meant to be more than a glorified elevator, whose purpose was to lift stuff from Earth into orbit.


There have been several probes that have done flyby missions of Jupiter and its larger moons, beginning with Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 in 1979.


Space probes are sent out on missions to gather scientific data. They are unmanned, which means that they can go farther than a manned shuttle could.


No space shuttle has ever gone to Jupiter. The shuttle was only ever designed to bring stuff from Earth into orbit, and sometimes back again.


Columbiawas the first Space Shuttle that traveled to Earth orbit. .


The planet Jupiter helps to shield earth a little from being struck by wandering objects in space like comets.


When We Left Earth The NASA Missions - 2008 Home in Space 1-6 was released on: USA: 22 June 2008


The first space shuttle was launch in 1981. Space shuttle missions do not stay in orbit, they are designed to return to Earth after missions generally lasting 1-2 weeks.


A plane could not fly to Jupiter because planes need air to fly in and there is no air in the space between ?Earth and Jupiter.


The Moon is orbiting planet Earth. so it is in the sky andin Jupiter


Yes. In addition to several manned earth-orbiting missions, Space Shuttle missions, and astronauts stationed aboard the International Space Station for months at a time, there were six Apollo missions between 1969 and 1972 that landed pairs of astronauts on the surface of the moon and then returned them safely to earth. As "possible" as it is, there is currently (mid-2011) no planning, designing, researching, funding, or budgeting in progress toward any further manned space missions after the last Space Shuttle flight. At least in the USA.



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