F & # 39; prepared that looks like some shop & # 39; produce special effects, the astronawtru of & # 39; ESA Alexander Gerst has captured one of the most remarkable views & # 39; rocket launch ever seen.
This extraordinary timelapse shows the launch of & # 39; Russian Soyuz rocket that took off in flight 16 & # 39; Cosmodrome in November 2018 by a & # 39; Baikonur in Kazakhstan. spacecraft & # 39; Progress MS-10 filled with 2564kg of & # 39; load on top of the rocket, which seems on the way to the International Space Station.
The ISS is & # 39; & # 39 about 400km; above Earth's surface, and move in & # 39; about 28,000 km / h. The supply runs are launched after the ISS flown & # 39; above, which allows the aircraft cargo pursue and catch up with the advanced position in & # 39; about two days, which at & # 39; it the case was 18 & # 39; November 2018.
Army b & # 39; camera, the astronawtur of & # 39; the European Space Agency Alexander Gerst sparta video while he was inside the Cupola module built by Europe. Reading games ranging from eight to 16 times normal speed, and compress 15 minutes & # 39; video in & # 39; one minute.
F & # 39; terms & # 39; remarkable moments, separation & # 39; booster rocket Soyuz-FG place on mark & # 39; 7 seconds, followed by separation of the central stage & # 39; 19 seconds. In 34 seconds, the main stage starts burning in the atmosphere, returning to Earth after dispensing its fuel supply. Seeing that burn when entering again is actually quite cold. After this stage, the space vehicle Progress separates from the rocket and comes in & # 39; orbit to follow the ISS.
The video of & # 39; Gerst offers perspective & # 39; rocket launch that we do not typically used, but yet another recall how spectacular the view from the ISS. As this video is impressive, however, is probably pales in comparison to & # 39; what it is like him.[ESA]