Do you want to travel through space in 90 seconds? SpaceX put camera on rocket, watch video

Would you like to travel to space in 90 seconds? You can get this opportunity from the video shared by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company. SpaceX, known for its successful space launches, has shared a video related to its recent mission launch. This video is different in many ways. For the video, the company installed a camera on the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket. Let us know what happened after that.

SpaceX launched the first space of the year 2023 on the 3rd of this month. 114 satellites were launched into orbit via the Falcon 9 rocket. This was SpaceX’s 200th launch since the company was founded in 2002. The mission was launched using the Falcon 9 rocket for the 15th time.

SpaceX made its 200th launch special. It installed a camera on the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket. The specialty of this rocket stage is that it carries the satellites a certain distance and returns to earth. SpaceX has shared on Twitter the landing of the first stage since the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket.

The video is 90 seconds, but the launch and landing of the first stage rocket took about 8.5 minutes. In the video you can see that despite being in flight, the camera captures good images. The video tells how the rocket starts its journey and then the first stage separates from it. How fast is the thruster controlled as it returns to Earth?

Significantly, Elon Musk’s company is the only private company in space that is launching its mission in the United States. Take astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). In the year 2022, SpaceX launched 61 orbital missions. This was almost double from the year 2021. The company launched 31 orbital missions in 2021. SpaceX’s first flight of the year 2023 has been successful. Many releases of the company are proposed in the coming days, through which it is preparing to create records this year as well.

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