‘Karman Line’ is named after Theodore von Karman, a Hungarian-American mathematician, aerospace engineer, and physicist. he was the first person to attempt to derive such an altitude limit. But what is Karman Line, and what is the debate around ‘space’ and ‘not space’? Find out here.
The Karman Line, the most commonly accepted boundary of space, is an imaginary boundary located roughly 100 km above sea level. (Image: News18 Creative)