Is Laika still alive?

Table of contents:

  1. Is Laika still alive?
  2. Has anyone been lost in space before?
  3. Did the Challenger crew die instantly?
  4. Is it possible to get pregnant in space?
  5. Can you breathe in Mars?
  6. Can we breathe on Titan?
  7. Can we breathe on Jupiter?
  8. Can humans live on Neptune?
  9. Can we live on moon?
  10. Can u live on Saturn?
  11. Is Saturn hot or cold?
  12. Can humans live on Mercury?
  13. Can humans live on Saturn Titan?
  14. Is there oil on Mars?
  15. Does Titan have oxygen?
  16. Is there oil on the moon?
  17. Is there any gold on the moon?
  18. Can humans live Venus?
  19. Could you survive on Mars without a spacesuit?

Is Laika still alive?

During and after the flight, the Soviet Union kept up the fiction that Laika survived for several days. ... Soviet broadcasts claimed that Laika was alive until November 12. The New York Times even reported that she might be saved; however, Soviet communiqués made it clear after nine days that Laika had died.

Has anyone been lost in space before?

Originally Answered: Has anyone ever been lost in space? No. People have died training for space, trying to get into space, and returning from space but nobody has really died in space. The one incident that technically happened in space was Soyuz 11, in which a vent valve opened and caused depressurization.

Did the Challenger crew die instantly?

2. The astronauts aboard the shuttle didn't die instantly. After the collapse of its fuel tank, the Challenger itself remained momentarily intact, and actually continued moving upwards. Without its fuel tank and boosters beneath it, however, powerful aerodynamic forces soon pulled the orbiter apart.

Is it possible to get pregnant in space?

While no astronauts have admitted having sex in space, plenty of reproduction has been going on. This is because a range of animals from fruit flies to fish – as well as their eggs, sperm and embryos – have been sent into space so we can study how they reproduce.

Can you breathe in Mars?

The atmosphere on Mars is mostly made of carbon dioxide. It is also 100 times thinner than Earth's atmosphere, so even if it did have a similar composition to the air here, humans would be unable to breathe it to survive. If we ever send astronauts to explore Mars, they will have to bring their own oxygen with them.

Can we breathe on Titan?

Titan's nitrogen atmosphere is so dense that a human wouldn't need a pressure suit to walk around on the surface. He or she would, however, need an oxygen mask and protection against the cold—temperatures at Titan's surface are around minus 290 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 179 Celsius).

Can we breathe on Jupiter?

There is no oxygen on Jupiter like there is on Earth. The plants on Earth have made the oxygen that we breathe. Since Jupiter is made of gases, is it possible to walk on Jupiter or would you just fall through it? The gases are pretty thick but not enough to stand on.

Can humans live on Neptune?

The answer is that we couldn't live on the planet Neptune for a few reasons. It's far too cold, there's no oxygen and it's primarily made up of ice! ... Neptune is very far from the Sun, which is the first obstacle that stands in the way of us living there.

Can we live on moon?

To support a starting population of a few hundred people on the moon, we'd have to start by transporting air to the lunar surface, pumping it into sealed structures in which humans would live. ... "People don't use much air, and for a long time, we will not need to make the air on the moon.

Can u live on Saturn?

Potential for Life While planet Saturn is an unlikely place for living things to take hold, the same is not true of some of its many moons. Satellites like Enceladus and Titan, home to internal oceans, could possibly support life.

Is Saturn hot or cold?

With an average temperature of minus 288 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 178 degrees Celsius), Saturn is a pretty cool planet.

Can humans live on Mercury?

Tough Place to Live No evidence for life has been found on Mercury. Daytime Temperatures can reach 430 degrees Celsius (800 degrees Fahrenheit) and drop to -180 degrees Celsius (-290 degrees Fahrenheit) at night. It is unlikely life (as we know it) could survive on this planet.

Can humans live on Saturn Titan?

Robert Zubrin has pointed out that Titan possesses an abundance of all the elements necessary to support life, saying "In certain ways, Titan is the most hospitable extraterrestrial world within our solar system for human colonization." The atmosphere contains plentiful nitrogen and methane.

Is there oil on Mars?

If Mars possessed an Earth-like biosphere in the past, Mars may contain subsurface deposits of oil and natural gas indicating past life. ... Subsurface oil and natural gas on Mars would probably cause seepage of hydrocarbon gases such as methane at favorable locations on the Martian surface.

Does Titan have oxygen?

Titan also has a presence of organic molecules that contain carbon and hydrogen, and that often include oxygen and other elements similar to what is found in Earth's atmosphere and that are essential for life.

Is there oil on the moon?

Instead of water, liquid hydrocarbons in the form of methane and ethane are present on the moon's surface, and tholins probably make up its dunes. ... Several hundred lakes and seas have been observed, with each of several dozen estimated to contain more hydrocarbon liquid than Earth's oil and gas reserves.

Is there any gold on the moon?

There is water on the moon … along with a long list of other compounds, including, mercury, gold and silver. Turns out the moon not only has water, but it's wetter than some places on earth, such as the Sahara desert. ...

Can humans live Venus?

Nothing could live on what passes for land on Venus; its smooth volcanic plains are a scorching hellscape hot enough to melt lead, where the temperatures exceed 800 degrees Fahrenheit. High in the clouds, however, the pressures and temperatures and acidity levels would be less intense — though still vile.

Could you survive on Mars without a spacesuit?

The atmospheric pressure on Mars varies with elevation and seasons, but there is not enough pressure to sustain life without a pressure suit.