Tuesday , May 17 2022

Video Launch of Rocket Launching of Space


We've seen a lot of time, but it's likely that this one is unique as it collects an Increased rocket launch from the International Space Station (ISS).

With orbiting at 18,000 mph, 250 miles high, the ISS requires regular supplies of Earth to replenish its fuel, oxygen, water and food store. As NASA retired from Space Shuttle back in 2011, this task is now largely hosted by unmanned cargo modules such as the Progress Progress MS-10 spacecraft. The latest ISS supply mission was launched on November 16th of Cosmodrome Baikonur in Kazakhstan and provides 2.5 tonnes of supply including about 750 kg of propeller, 75 kg of oxygen and air and 440 liters of water among other things. Alexander Gerst (Germany) of the European Space Agency set the astronauts away the sequence of the Russian Soyuz rocket as the ISS passed over the launch pad. Spacecraft is being launched after the Space Station turned over so that they still catch up with the orbital to the dock, in this case two days later on November 18, 2018. The Nikon stalls used D5 has just been filtered to filming the rocket launch as Nikon is the official provider of ISS cameras.

The European Space Agency says "The images of the European built-in Cupola module have been taken with cameras that have been installed to take photos regularly. Then the pictures will be played fast after each other between 8 and 16 times normal speed. The video shows about 15 minutes of the launch at normal speed. "

Here are the notable moments in this video:

  • 0:07 Soyuz-FG rocket growing separation.
  • 0:20 Core phase separation.
  • 0:34 Progress spacecraft separates from a rocket and goes into an orbit to catch up with the International Space Station.
  • 0:37 A core period begins to burn in the atmosphere as it returns to the Earth after it has spent all its fuel.

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