Sputnik (meaning "traveling companion" in Russian) was launched in 1957. It was the first satellite in space. Today, there are over 1200 satellites orbiting the earth, 50% of which are owned by the USA. It was observed by the American's October 4, 1957 and 1 year and 1 week later, NASA was formed because the United States knew the consequence of allowing the Russians to win the Space Race...
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