A new video by the European Space Agency shows the spectacular launch of the Soyuz rocket.
The video was captured by astronaut of & # 39; ESA Alexander Gerst and shows the Russian Progress vehicle MS 10 to move from its socket on November 16. The Soyuz spacecraft was carrying food and supplies to astronauts aboard the International Space Station and to make new fuel to the ISS. The spacecraft was carrying 5653 pounds & # 39; supplies and fuel.
The footage expired condense the launch of & # 39; 15 minutes for video & # 39; and a half minutes. This shows the separation of the rocket booster Soyuz-FG, the separation of the central stage, the heart begins to burn in the atmosphere and returns to Earth after using its fuel, and finally spacecraft progress separates from the rocket and enter orbit to keep the ISS.
The rocket flown in & # 39; 17 900 miles per hour at & # 39; 249 miles above the Earth before undertake two days.