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Sputnik (Russian for "satellite") or Sputnik 1 is the first artificial satellite, launched October 1957.
Sputnik may also refer to:
- Sputnik (spacecraft designation), a spacecraft designation (including a list of spacecraft called "Sputnik")
- Sputnik (rocket), an unmanned orbital carrier rocket derived from the R-7 Semyorka ICBM
- Lada Sputnik, an automobile based on Lada Samara aka Lada 2108 chassis
- Sputnik, Murmansk Oblast, an inhabited locality in Pechengsky District, Murmansk Oblast, Russia
- 16260 Sputnik, an asteroid
In media and entertainment:
- Sputnik (comics), a character from Marvel comics
- Sputnik (magazine), a former Soviet magazine
- TV 2 Sputnik, a Danish on-demand TV channel
- Sputnik (radio station), a public German radio station
- Sputnikmusic, a music website
- Sputnik (singer) or Knut T. Storbukås, Norwegian country singer
- Sputnik double or negative double, a bid in contract bridge
In computing and networking:
- Sputnik (service), a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider for Wi-Fi hotspot management
- Sputnik (virus) a satellite virophage
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