The starting point of the rocks is a spectacular spectacle, always watching the Internet, or enjoying the privilege of the event at your disposal site. And, while we've seen the market share of memorable creations of the Earth, few people have a great chance to see how amazing this space is.
A great video made by the International Space Station (ISS) extends a spacecraft in orbit and shows the appearance of a rocket on the other side of the Karman Line. Normally the boundaries between the Earth's atmosphere and the outer space.
Shooting -Soyuz-FG rocket destination, shot by ISS with the German astronaut Alexander Gerst, European Space Agency (ESA). It fills the lack of the story, watching hidden sides of space flows, the eyes of Earth observers.
According to ESA, the short film was captured on November 16, to bring the Russian Progress MS-10 cargo shipyard Soyuz-FG rockets into space. Also known as Progress 71, the ship was sent to the ISS supply network two days later with the orbital position.
Gerst's spectacular view was taken to the camera so that the Kupula window could be launched from the space station to be shot for 15 minutes in Progress 71. This week, German astronauts took Twitter to share incredible views of space.
"This is genuine," wrote Gerst, as commander of the 57th article file.
This is genuine. How a spacecraft leaves our planet, from the ISS. / Dies sind echte Aufnahmen. Wie ein Raumschiff unseren Planeten verlässt – von der ISS aus gesehen. #Horizons Hi-Res: https://t.co/p0PeiITcWS pic.twitter.com/Mmpv5h3P21
– Alexander Gerst (@Astro_Alex) November 22nd, 2018
The amazing Timelapse takes photos of photos to capture regular photos and shows up to 8 times normal speed at 8 times.
In the video, we can see the Soyuz rocket, leaving our planet in a bright row, and later entering the Progress 71 freighter. The key moments of the ramshack show an eight-booster distribution at 00:30, the first division at 00:19, and the Progress spacecraft and enter it into orbit at 00:34 – and then the first stage of Soyuz at Earth's At 00:36.
Charges and Charges paid to Kazakhstan from the Baikonur cosmodrome skies to 1.14 p.m. EST on November 16th. Russia's loads reached the ISS on November 18 to supply more than 250 million live space and work space for 5,652 kilos of astronauts.
"The Progress spacecraft has food, fuel and supplies, 750 kilograms of propulsion, 75 kilograms of oxygen and air, and about 440 liters of water," said ESA.
This is the first flight of Soyuz-FG rocket, due to abortion abortion due to abusive functioning on October 11, notes Sputnik News.
"The nuclear Progress was originally launched on the ISS on October 30 but was launched on November 16 after the abortion on October 11," said the Russian news agency TASS.
When the MS-10 capsule was launched last month, NASA's astronauts Nick Hague and Alexei Ovchin were associated with the Russian cosmonaut. Both astronauts unharmed and landed safely in the ground in just a few minutes Inquisitr They were reported at that time.
Next December 3 next, Baikonur will be launching a Soyuz MS-11 capsule to reach a crew space of three years. Astronauts in flight in space are waiting for NASA Anne McClain, Roscosmos & Oleg Kononenko and David Saint-Jacques Canadian Space Agency.