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56 years in Space
2013 is the 56th year of spaceflight.
started it all. One month after the historic launch of
Sputnik, the Soviet Union space program launched Sputnik 2 with the first living creature to
travel in space, a dog named Laika. Space
Dogs were the
first living creatures to travel in outer space.
So much has
been happened since 1957. Achievements include Apollo 11
moon landings with
Neil Armstrong as the first man to walk on the moon. There have been
various stations in orbit including Skylab, Mir and the latest one is
the International Space Station which has visited by the Space
Shuttle. In the future humans may return to the Moon, visit asteroids and
onward to Mars and beyond.
Our Solar System consists of 8 planets, moons,
asteroids, comets, meteoroids, minor planets,
interplanetary dust and other objects. The Sun
is closest star to Earth.
The 8 planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn,
Uranus and Neptune.
Asteroid Belt: Region located between the orbits of the planets
Mars and Jupiter.
Kuiper Belt includes Pluto. Oort
Cloud is further out.
For your info
New Horizons the first mission to the explore Pluto and the
Kuiper Belt and the mysterious worlds at the edge of our solar system
is on its way.
Did you know?
Pluto is no longer officially a
planet. It is now called a dwarf planet. Pluto was demoted by
astronomers so there are now only eight planets.
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