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Remember Laika, the first animal to orbit Earth, today on the anniversary of the launching of Sputnik II on 11/03/57.  Sadly, there was no plan to bring her back home and she died in space.

Remember Laika, the first animal to orbit Earth, today on the anniversary of the launching of Sputnik II on Sadly, there was no plan to bring her back home and she died in space.

On November 3, 1957, a dog named Laika was launched into space on the Sputnik 2, as part of the Soviet space program. She had not always been known as Laika;...

Vintage Images of Canine Cosmonauts from the USSR

On November a dog named Laika was launched into space on the Sputnik as part of the Soviet space program. She had not always been known as Laika;

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Remember LAIKA> 3 November 1957 USSR launch 'Laika' the dog into space aboard Sputnik II.

3 November 1957 USSR launch 'Laika' the dog into space aboard Sputnik II.

The Stray Dogs That Became Soviet Space Heroes | The dogs had to be trained to relieve themselves once inside their space suits. The suits had special receptacles, but convincing the animals to use them was difficult and only the dogs who took to it were selected. For orbital flights, all the dogs were female. There was no room in the cabin for a male dog to cock its leg, so females were better suited to space. FUEL Publishing/Marianne Can den Lemmer | WIRED.com

The Stray Dogs That Became Soviet Space Heroes

The Stray Dogs That Became Soviet Space Heroes | The dogs had to be trained to relieve themselves once inside their space suits. The suits had special receptacles, but convincing the animals to use them was difficult and only the dogs who took to it were selected. For orbital flights, all the dogs were female. There was no room in the cabin for a male dog to cock its leg, so females were better suited to space. FUEL Publishing/Marianne Can den Lemmer | WIRED.com

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[Mystery #7] Le rat Hector, first French astronaut mystery 71 Technology mystery story bonus space technology

[Mystère #7] Le rat Hector, premier astronaute français

[Mystery Le rat Hector, first French astronaut mystery 71 Technology mystery story bonus space technology

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.

Drop Everything, Dog Space Suits Right Here

Canine cosmonaut: Malyshka, a Russian space dog, poses here in its snug-fitting space suit with a transparent space helmet beside it in 1957

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