The inoperable antique Russian spy satellite Sputnik I, orbiting 150 miles above Earth, was struck Wednesday by a missile fired from a Navy cruiser, announced U.S. military representatives.
Moscow (IP) - The Russian government has announced that they will turn the moon into a giant Sputnik in the greatest work of art ever attempted by man.
On October 23, NASA plans to launch yet another shuttle mission into space. News leaked by insiders today reports of them attempting to retrieve the dead dog from Russia's 1957 Sputnik-2 experiment into space travel.
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