2020年11月19日

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Crew-1 Mission Launch Streak
Image Credit & Copyright:
Jen Scott

Explanation: Leaving planet Earth for a moment, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket arced into the early evening sky last Sunday at 7:27 pm EST from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A. This 3 minute 20 second exposure traces the launch streak as seen over watery reflections from Port Canaveral, about 15 miles south of the launch. The rocket carried four astronauts en route to the International Space Station on the first flight of a NASA-certified commercial human spacecraft system. Dubbed Resilience, the astronauts’ Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully docked with the orbital outpost one day later, on Monday, November 16. At the conclusion of their six-month stay on the ISS, the Crew-1 astronauts will use their spacecraft to return to Earth. Of course about 9 minutes after launch the Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage returned to Earth, landing in the Atlantic Ocean on autonomous spaceport drone ship Just Read The Instructions.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space


载人1号任务发射光痕
影像提供与版权:
Jen Scott

说明: 在上星期天美东时间晚上7:27,太空探险公司的猎鹰9火箭暂时离开地球,曳着火光向天空攀升。这张3分20秒的长曝光影像,记录了甘迺迪太空中心第39A发射设施上空的发射光痕。这艘火箭推送4位太空人前往国际太空站,而这也是美国航太总署认证的商业载人太空船系统之首航任务。一天之后在11月16日星期一,名为坚韧号的飞号载人太空船,成功停泊在轨道上的前哨太空站。在他们为期6个月的任务结束后,载人1号任务的组员将搭乘同艘太空船返回地球。约在发射的9分钟之后,猎鹰9号的第一级火箭返回地球,降落在停泊于大西洋的无人驾驶着陆船”请详读说明书号”上。

明日的图片: pixels in space

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