How fast does the International Space Station travel?


After every 92 minutes, the International Space Station orbits around the earth and sees a new sunrise. It travels in orbit around Earth at a speed of 17,500 miles per hour (5 miles per second). This means that the Space Station orbits Earth once every 92 minutes.
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The International Space Station travels at orbital velocity which is 5 miles per second, or approximately 17,500 miles per hour.
The International Space Station is traveling at an average speed
Like any other object in low Earth orbit, a Shuttle must reach speeds of about 17,500 miles per hour.
It's not really a single item, as different parts are made by different countries at different times, but estimates seem to be in the neighborhood of $100 Billion run through various
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