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Deutsch: Boden / Español: Suelo / Português: Solo / Français: Sol / Italiano: Terreno /

Ground is the solid surface of the Earth (not covered by water).


Ground is the opposite of the atmosphere. During a launch, rockets are leaving the ground. After the connection, any space vehicle (satellite) is connected to a ground station over a wireless connection.

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