Astronauts on the spacewalk released the world\'s first satellite made with a 3D printer. Russian jurchqin and Sergei Riazanski ventured out of the International Space Station and released five nano- Launch satellite by hand The first released housing was made entirely with a 3D printer. Researchers want to see 3D- Make parts in a space environment. Others have traditional spacecraft components. 10 to 24 lbs per weight, 1ft to 2ft. They are expected to run on track for six months. A satellite is to commemorate the 60 th anniversary of the world\'s first satellite, Sputnik 1, launched on October 4, 1957. Another tribute to the father of the Russian rocket, Konstantin ziolkovski. He was born on 160 next month.