We've seen a lot of time, but this is probably the only one, because the Progress rocket starts at the International Space Station (ISS) directly.
The orchard, at an elevation of 250 miles at an altitude of 18,000 mph, ISS needs regular supplies for ground, fuel, oxygen, water and food storage. Since NASA's Space Shuttle has retired in 2011, this task is carried out through unloaded driver modules such as the NS-10 in Russia's advanced progress. The last ISS delivery mission started on November 16 from the Baikonur cosmodrome to Kazakhstan and was delivered to 2.5 tonnes of 750 kg propulsion, 75 kg of oxygen and air and 440 liters of water. Alexander Gerst (Germany), European spy astronauts, set off the sequence of the Russian Soyuz rocket when the ISS was launched. After the space station space station, space stations carry heavy traffic and, therefore, two days later, they were caught on November 18, 2018. Astronaut recently released Nikon D5 as the official Nikon provider to launch the rocket. ISS cameras.
The European Space Agency "The images took the camera as a European Chair to take pictures with regular photos, which are quickly reproduced at a normal speed of 8 to 16 times. The video starts at about 15 minutes at normal speed."
Here are the most significant moments in this video:
- 0:07 Distinguish the Soyuz-FG rocket booster.
- 0:20 Core stage distribution.
- 0:34 The advancing spacecraft is separated from the rocket and enters into an orbit with the International Space Station.
- 0:37 The basic atmosphere starts to burn in the atmosphere when you return to Earth, after all fuel.