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What A Rocket Launch Looks Like From The International Space Station

The rocket that you’re seeing in this one-and-a-half minute time lapse video (which condensed about 15 minutes) is the Russian Soyuz-FG Rocket, launched in November 2018 to bring supplies to the International Space Station. On the ground here on Earth, this rocket is a towering figure, with a height of over 40 meters. But from a view above our planet, the rocket looks really tiny.

Compared to the vastness of the universe, our creations look really miniscule. But to us, our creations are great and significant.

(Image Credit: APOD Videos/ YouTube)

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