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ToraToraTora | 19:39 Tue 16th Jan 2024 | Film, Media & TV
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Q: What planet was orbited by the satellite Sputnik 1?

A: Mars!




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I've just checked. It was Earth. How old was the contestant? If under 45, maybe under 50,  I would guess most in that age group wouldn't know

For anyone that isn't a member of NASA, why do you consider this to be an embarrassingly easy question?

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Come on surely everyone knows what the first satellite was! Surely it's obvious that the first man made item in orbit be orbiting Earth long before we are capable of orbiting Mars. Aint rocket is it? (ooops)

Only if someone knows it was the first manmade satellite. As NMA said, anyone under the age of 50 with no real interest in astronomy or space related tech may well not know.

More artificial stupidity circling you I see 3T. They probably think Telstar was a reality tv show as well.  

Incidently did you know that Telstar1 was the very first satellite communication between two computers in 1962? ICBM 1401s. They measured approx 6ft x 6ft x 3ft.  

Was Telstar not a very early named storm, a tornado, perhaps?

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20:51, yeah they love to pretend to be thick so they can have a go at me. Funny really.

Given that was a chaser's answer (Sean), that was a shocker. But he came good in the end .. 

He came good in the end - but only by 3 seconds.   Cannot stand him.

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