Be amazed with some snapshots that we can rarely observe as ordinary citizens.
Bob Hines Y Samantha Cristoforetti are two astronauts that are on board the International Space Station and that they have been able to observe a space launch from their privileged position. As stated in their respective Twitter accounts, here we leave you the link to Bob’s tweet and here the link to Samantha’s tweet, the Soyuz rocket headed for the ISS and they were exceptional witnesses. By the way, if you wonder how you can see the International Space Station from Earth, from Urban Tecno we explain it to you.
Looking down on a space launch: this is how the Soyuz rocket took off in space
coming out from the Baikonur Cosmodromelocated in Kazakhstan, NASA astronaut Frank Rubio and Russian cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev Y Dmitri Petelin were launched into space towards the ISS, in a route what would it take three hours and that it could be followed from its final destination. Bob Hinesas you can check with the Tweet that we show you under these lines, ad:
Have you ever wondered what a launch from space looks like? Is incredible! Frank Rubio took off aboard the Soyuz a few hours ago and is now at the front door of the space station waiting for the hatch to open. Welcome aboard, Frank!
Ever wonder what a 🚀 launch looks like from space? It’s amazing!! @POTastronauts and fellow 🐢, Frank Rubio launched on a Soyuz just a few hours ago…now he’s at the front door of @SpaceStation awaiting hatch opening! Welcome aboard, Frank! pic.twitter.com/YcPpXsWsnk
— Bob “Farmer” Hines (@Astro_FarmerBob) September 21, 2022
For its part, Samantha Cristoforettiin the Tweet that we show you here below, also included in his message to Russian cosmonauts, welcoming them to the ISS. Samantha’s message read:
We have a spectacular view of the Soyuz launch! Sergey, Dmitry and Frank will be knocking on our door in a couple of hours and we are looking forward to welcoming them to their new home.
We had a spectacular view of the #Soyuz launch!
Sergey, Dmitry and Frank will come knocking on our door in just a couple of hours… looking forward to welcoming them to their new home! #MissionMinerva pic.twitter.com/b6PP8L6AEl
— Samantha Cristoforetti (@AstroSamantha) September 21, 2022
The images they turn out tremendously evocativeboth for the magnitude of outer space, and for knowing that up there, there is also people that is hooked to the mobile phone, tweeting and enjoying the same technology as the rest of the mortals.