Who Invented the First Satellite?

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There is no person listed for the invention of the first satellite, but the first man made satellite was made by Russia in 1957. Russia named the satellite Sputnik which means companion or buddy in Russian. The first satellite launched into space by the US was called ECHO in 1960. Since then, many have followed into space.
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