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1 gram = 100 centigrams
It depends on the altitude of the orbit it is in. When the shuttle visits the ISS it is travelling at approximately 17,000 MPH. Incidentally the shuttle is due to make its last flight later this year (2010)
The minimum number is 7 while the maximum is 20 that make up the gram panchayat.
There are 1000 milligrams to one pound
The answer is 454
The best way is to ask a hobby shop which of the space shuttle models is currently available. Or you may look around on the net and find a paper model you can print out and put together.
They planned that each shuttle could make 100 flights.
NASA space shuttle quit cause the wanted to make and improve there shuttle before use of them
yes if you can try googling lifter or search it on youtube its a way where pretty much electrons are shot out of it and lift off the ground kind of like rockets on a space shuttle
1000 milligrams = 1 gram
This will depend on the material that is used. Some use more or heavier metal to make so they would weigh more.
The space shuttle flies into space. It can travel to different planets.
No. The Space Shuttle were built for near Earth obital missions.