German astronaut Alexander Gerst recorded a great video on the fast camera from the window of a module of the International Space Station (ISS). Here we see how a Soyuz spacecraft crosses different layers of Earth's atmosphere.
In the recording, published by Gerst on Twitter, you can see that the rocket has a soft mark that changes from white to blue before the spacecraft turns into a small spot surrounded by darkness.
Gerst, in his social network account, says, "I cannot assert that people travel on this lonely white line to the vast land area."
Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft Launched on December 3, 2018, NASA astronaut, Anne McClain, from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to move his Canadian counterpart David Saint-Jacques and the Russian commander of NASA . Oleg Kononenko.
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