Nope - that craft would be American territory by definition - even it were the International Space Station
damn it you beat me to it!
me so sorry :)
No, but the kid will never know what he weighed at birth.
You could literally say they are not of this world.
Not unless it came form Uranus.
Every country on Earth would be clamouring to offer that kid citizenship. "Slovakia pay 5% of costs of spacesuits, you come live here, we feed you many dumplings make you big and strong!"<br />
*I hereby apologise to any and all Slovakian readers for the gross stereotyping in the above post*
Well yes.. an "alien" is a person from a foreign country or nation... in this case space, but if you mean sci-fi "extraterrestrial" then no, still human, still originates from earth, still 100% homo sapien.
We are all aliens to animals.
Any life form that is different from another has a sense of alien about it.
Well in the sense that "alien" can mean the same thing as "different", yeah. The question was pretty obviously using "alien" to mean "extraterrestrial being".
2+2 Doesn't always = 4.