What Is the Fastest Man Made Object?

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The fastest object ever made by man was achieved by an experimental bomb that blew a manhole cover at a speed of about 241,401.6 kilometres per hour. This speed is thought to be six times Earth's escape velocity. Before that, the Voyager spacecraft, which moved at 56 327.04 kph was the fastest manmade object.
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I'll nominate the electron or proton packets inside the rings of the Tevatron, the LHC, etc.
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The Helios, which holds the record for fastest manmade object, was a series of
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http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Lis. shows the Helios 2 probe to be the fastest speed of a man-made object relative to the sun at 241,350kph (or 149,967mph) leaving those other pretenders
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All 5 will be space probes ( not satellites ), which have to reach escape velocity for the Earth-Moon system. I don't know the details of Helios 2 but am a little suprised that it
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