The Russian satellite Sputnik launched into space, becoming the first man-made object to ever leave the Earth's atmosphere.
The achievement sent shockwaves through the United States and marked the start of a "space race" between the two countries.
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#1: I first read “8 km/h” and thought it was so slow. 8 km/s is very fast.
#0: There’s been a lot of conspiracy theories around the US landing on the moon. I wonder if they ever thought that Sputnik was “fake news”.
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#2 I had a quick search and there was nothing that came up about any conspiracy as such. Guess it would have been weird to film a satellite in front of a green screen
#2 do you believe in the conspiracy theories?
So many eyewitnesses around the world, how could anybody think it wouldn't be real?
#4: No, not in general. I'm probably easier than most to fool.
#5: That doesn't stop a lot of people from thinking the moon landing was a big hoax.
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