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English: A replica of Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite in the world to be put into outer space: the replica is stored in the National Air and Space Museum.
فارسی: مدل ماهواره اسپوتنیک-۱، نخستین ماهواره فضایی جهان
Suomi: Sputnik 1:n, maailman ensimmäinen ihmisen laukaiseman Maata kiertävän keinotekoisen satelliittin, jäljennös.
Date 2004
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