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  1. Laika: The 1st Communist Astronaut Dog in Space & Sputnik 2

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  2. The story of Laika, the first dog in space

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  4. Laika the Dog: the First Animal in Outer Space

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  5. Laika: The 1st Communist Astronaut Dog in Space & Sputnik 2

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  6. How Long Did Laika Live In Space

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  1. Laika

    Laika (/ ˈ l aɪ k ə / LY-kə; Russian: Лайка, IPA:; c. 1954 - 3 November 1957) was a Soviet space dog who was one of the first animals in space and the first to orbit the Earth. A stray mongrel from the streets of Moscow, she flew aboard the Sputnik 2 spacecraft, launched into low orbit on 3 November 1957. As the technology to de-orbit had not yet been developed, Laika's survival was ...

  2. The Sad, Sad Story of Laika, the Space Dog, and Her One-Way Trip Into

    On November 3, 1957, Sputnik 2, with the dog Laika aboard, lifted off with g-forces reaching five times normal gravity levels. NASM. The Soviet canine recruiters began their quest with a herd of ...

  3. Laika

    Laika, the dog who became the first living creature sent into space, aboard Sputnik 2, November 1957. Sputnik, any of a series of three artificial Earth satellites, the first of whose launch by the Soviet Union on October 4, 1957, inaugurated the space age. Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite launched, was a 83.6-kg (184-pound) capsule.

  4. Laika the space dog: First living creature in orbit

    Laika was the first living creature to orbit Earth. On Nov. 3, 1957, the Soviet Union lofted a dog named Laika aboard the satellite Sputnik 2. However, Laika was not the first animal in space ...

  5. 60 years ago: The First Animal in Orbit

    Sputnik 2 burned up on reentry on April 14, 1958. It would be nearly three years before the Soviet Union orbited more animals, this time returning the entire "crew" safely to Earth, the first steps in preparation for human space flight. On November 3, 1957, less than a month after they inaugurated the Space Age, the Soviet Union took the ...

  6. The Sad Story of Laika, the First Dog Launched Into Orbit

    On this day, Nov. 3, in 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first-ever living animal into orbit: a dog named Laika. The flight was meant to test the safety of space travel for humans, but it was a ...

  7. Laika the Dog: the First Animal in Outer Space

    A Canine Hero. By. Jennifer Rosenberg. Updated on July 03, 2019. Aboard the Soviet's Sputnik 2, Laika, a dog, became the very first living creature to enter orbit on November 3, 1957. However, since the Soviets did not create a re-entry plan, Laika died in space. Laika's death sparked debates about animal rights around the world.

  8. Laika, the First Dog in Space

    View the stamps created to honor the first dog to travel into space. View the stamps created to honor the first dog to travel into space. Explore; Search. News & Events. News & Events; All NASA News; Video Series on NASA+; ... the First Dog in Space. Back to search page Audience. Students. Grade Levels. Grades K-4, Grades 5-8. Subject. History ...

  9. Soviet Union launches a dog into space

    The Soviet Union launches the first animal to orbit the earth into space—a dog nicknamed ... On April 12, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to travel into space, aboard ...

  10. Laika: The First Earthling in Space

    Not counting microbes, this first Earthling was a Russian mongrel found on the streets of Moscow. Laika the dog was launched into space on November 3rd, 1957, but didn't make it back alive to enjoy her fame. Officially, she ran out of oxygen. After the fall of the Soviet Union, it was revealed she died of stress and overheating.

  11. The first dog in space and all that followed: the touching story of

    Each death of a dog in space caused a storm of indignation towards the Soviet space programme, and this greatly damaged the image of the USSR as a space power. On the other hand, in the entire history of space exploration, the USSR lost only four cosmonauts in flights (against 14 American astronauts), and the Russians are very proud of this ...

  12. A Brief History of Animals in Space

    The dog went up with simulated cosmonaut "Ivan Ivanovich" and successfully tested the spacecraft's structure and systems. On January 31, 1961, Ham, whose name was an acronym for Holloman Aero Med, became the first chimpanzee in space, aboard the Mercury Redstone rocket on a sub-orbital flight very similar to Alan Shepard's. Ham was ...

  13. What Happened To Our First Space Dog, Laika? » Science ABC

    Sputnik-2 and the space dog Laika were both launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on November 3, 1957. Laika's flight was the top story in practically every newspaper around the globe that week. The control station back on Earth received data about her condition from the Sputnik-2 capsule.

  14. Laika, The Soviet Space Dog Sent On A Suicide Mission

    Laika, whose name translated to "Barker," was a stray husky-spitz mix who was found on the streets of Moscow. While she was far from the only dog in the Soviet space program, she was the one who was ultimately chosen for the historic Sputnik 2 mission. The original Sputnik 1 — the first manmade object in orbit — had been launched into ...

  15. The Story of Laika: The First Dog in Space

    The first American dog in space. Lakia was not the only dog that travelled to space. Sadly, many animals were experimented on during the Cold War period. Although many think that Laika was sent to space by Americans, truth is that NASA did not send dogs into space. The first animal Americans sent into space were actually fruit flies, which are ...

  16. Recalling top dog Laika, 65 years after pathbreaking space flight

    On November 3, 1957, the Soviet Union launched 'Sputnik 2' and made history — for carrying the first-ever living creature to orbit the Earth, a dog named Laika. The flight, which was meant to test the safety of space travel for humans, ended up as a one-way trip for Laika.

  17. What was the first animal in space?

    A mouse was launched into space on 15 August 1950 but did not survive the return journey. In the 1950s, the US and the Soviet Union launched a total of 12 dogs on various suborbital flights, Laika being the first. On 31 January 1961, the first hominid was launched into space. A chimpanzee named Ham was part of the US-led Mercury space programme.

  18. Laika: The Pioneering Journey of the First Space Dog

    In the annals of space exploration, one name stands out as a symbol of pioneering spirit and sacrifice - Laika, the courageous Soviet space dog. Laika's incredible journey marked a pivotal moment in human history, reshaping our understanding of space travel and setting the stage for future advancements. As the first living being to orbit […]

  19. The History of Space Exploration

    In addition to launching the first artificial satellite, the first dog in space, and the first human in space, the Soviet Union achieved other space milestones ahead of the United States. These milestones included Luna 2, which became the first human-made object to hit the Moon in 1959. Soon after that, the U.S.S.R. launched Luna 3.

  20. The Inside Story of the First Untethered Spacewalk

    NASA. The first space shuttle mission of 1984, the launch of Challenger on the cool, windless morning of Friday, February 3, was apparently perfect—and eagerly trailed by a national press ...

  21. Moscow Oblast

    Moscow Oblast (Russian: Московская область, romanized: Moskovskaya oblast, IPA: [mɐˈskofskəjə ˈobləsʲtʲ], informally known as Подмосковье, Podmoskovye, IPA: [pədmɐˈskovʲjə]) is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast).With a population of 8,524,665 (2021 Census) living in an area of 44,300 square kilometers (17,100 sq mi), it is one of the most densely ...

  22. Elektrostal

    The first S-400 Triumf missile defense system was deployed at Elektrostal, becoming fully operational on July 1, 2007. Transportation LiAZ-5256 bus. Elektrostal is linked by Elektrichka suburban electric trains to Moscow's Kursky Rail Terminal with a travel time of 1 hour and 20 minutes.

  23. Ed Dwight, America's first Black astronaut candidate, finally ...

    The rocket launched at 9:36 a.m. from the site in West Texas. Dwight was selected by President John F. Kennedy to be the first Black astronaut in 1961. Shortly after Kennedy was killed, Dwight was ...

  24. The giant solar storm is having measurable effects on Earth : NPR

    The huge solar storm is keeping power grid and satellite operators on edge. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of solar flares early Saturday afternoon. The National Oceanic and ...

  25. Blue Origin flies thrill seekers to space, including oldest astronaut

    Astronaut John Glenn remains the oldest to orbit the planet, a feat he achieved in 1998 at the age of 77 aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. Sunday's mission finally gave Dwight the chance he was ...

  26. Blue Origin launches historic flight to space

    The 90-year-old Dwight took his first trip to space more than 60 decades after President John F. Kennedy appointed him in 1961 to the elite Aerospace Research Pilot School -- the Air Force program ...

  27. Who is Gopi Thotakura, India's first space tourist? Know more

    A 30-year-old aviator from Vijayawada became the first Indian space tourist on Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin's seventh human flight. Gopi Thotakura, an entrepreneur and a pilot, on Sunday ventured into space as one of the six crew members on Blue Origin's NS-25 mission. He is the second Indian to venture into space after the Indian ...

  28. First Black astronaut candidate finally reaches spaces at age 90

    E d Dwight, was selected for NASA training in 1961, but the first Black astronaut candidate for the U.S. never got the chance to travel to space — until now. Today, May 19, Dwight reached the ...

  29. Elektrostal

    Elektrostal, city, Moscow oblast (province), western Russia.It lies 36 miles (58 km) east of Moscow city. The name, meaning "electric steel," derives from the high-quality-steel industry established there soon after the October Revolution in 1917. During World War II, parts of the heavy-machine-building industry were relocated there from Ukraine, and Elektrostal is now a centre for the ...

  30. Check out Colorado Springs' first-ever downtown dog park

    The space was the last project of the Downtown Historic Park Improvements master plan and was funded ... City officials celebrated the grand opening of the area's first-ever dog park on Thursday ...