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What human being to travel into space was from what country?
the soviet union
Because of out expanding population
At 99.999999999999999999999999% of the speed of light, just like everything else that has mass. But also take in account acceleration, safely the fastest speed to accelerate i…s a constant 2g acceleration without killing your astronaunts.
The USSR (Russia) put the first man into space. Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet astronaut, was the first man in space on April 12, 1961.
Because people have a desire to travel in space and live in space. Science also has a reason to be in space. Many experiment are done in space and the moon landings were a…n attempt to find out more about the places and things, which are possibly outside of Earth.
The farthest distance from the Earth that any human beings have been propelled was scored by the Apollo astronauts who orbited the moon, putting them roughly 2,200 miles f…arther from us than those who merely landed on the moon's nearer side ... a total of maybe 241,000 miles from Earth, or about 1/4 of one percent of the distance to the sun, and about 7/10 of one percent of the shortest distance between the Earth and Mars at any time during the past 5,000 years, and almost ... not quite but almost ... one whole percent of the closest that Venus ever is to Earth. Really moving on out there, into the trackless void where no man has gone before !
The three most important countries heading development in rockets for human transport are: CHINA, THE US AND RUSSIA The EU is very much involved, has sent a total …of 39 Astronauts to space. Germany and France each invest more money than China in human space travel. INDIA has joined the new race to the Moon.
The Apollo 1 spacecraft did catch fire and burn up, killing the crew of three, during a training exercise on the launchpad in 1967. That however was just a trainig exercis…e, not an actual attempt to launch, and had that mission evenutally gone forward it was just going to be a test of the spacecraft in Earth orbit, not a lunar mission. Although Apollo 13 did have to be aborted it returned to Earth succesfully and without casualties. The other missions were all successful. A few more died in training. For example, Charlie Bassett and Elliot M See, the original crew for Gemini 9. Since Gemini was developmental work for the moonshot program, all these guys can be counted as well. Challenger and Columbia DeathsThe loss of the shuttles Challenger and Columbia claimed the lives of seven astronauts each time. There have also been at least four Soviet deaths in the Soyuz programs and many more on the ground. You can find information on all deaths at the web links on the left. Russian space program deathsVladimir Komarov died on board of Soyuz 1 when parachute failed to open during reentry. Georgi Dobrovolski, Viktor Patsayev and Vladislav Volkov died on board of Soyuz 11 when vehicle decompressed on approach to reentry. Total of 22 people were killed in space relaed accidents,according to Wikipedia.
There are several pros and cons of space travel. Pros for space travel include scientific resserch. many common household items were developed because of space travel, among t…hem, velcrow, memory foam, high impact crash helmets, better working pens, gps, satalite tv, long distence phone calls, ski goggles that dont fog up, and many other things. Also, Space exploration allows us to do two things that, in the long run, are important; finding life outside of our planet, and finding a planet other than our own that is habital. Now, onto the cons. It costs about $12,000 to launch a single pound of cargo into space, more if that cargo requires life support. most of this weight is made up of the fuel it takes to accelerate an object to 17,500 mph (earth escape velocity). Of course you have to take into account the danger of of launching humans into space... Hope this helps!
The space shuttle only goes into Earth orbit, no other place, ever. It can't go to the Moon as it is too heavy for available rockets to take it there, and there is no air on t…he Moon for its wings to do any landing.
explore somewhere you have'nt been yet. why else? its all just a part of human curiosity
The first human to travel into space was Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on the 12th April 1961 when he became the first human in space and the first to orbit the earth.
America,cause we're awesome! Actually the correct answer is the USSR. Cosmonaut Yuri A. Gagarin was launched into space aboard Vostok 1 on April 12th, 1961.
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