Unmatched space images came from the ‘Crew Dragon’ team, which took office at the end of last year. The Milky Way images captured by Soichi Noguchi and shared by Mike Hopkins on Twitter attracted great attention on Twitter.
NASA astronaut Mike HopkinsHe fascinated his followers with the space images he shared on Twitter. Right now On the International Space Station Hopkins, who is part of the 10-person team, made expressions expressing his admiration for the view while sharing the video recorded by his teammate.
Serving on the International Space Station Japanese Space Agency astronaut Soichi Noguchi, the video SpaceX’in ‘Crew Dragon’ recorded from the capsule named. The breathtaking video created with the time-lapse technique quickly attracted great attention on Twitter.
Here is the ‘time-lapse’ video that reveals the beauty of space:
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“I never thought the landscapes could be more beautiful. But my teammate Soichi Noguchi made this nightly time-lapse video from Resilience, and I was amazed. ”
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4 members of the 10-person team on the International Space Station said earlier this month.Resilience‘The Crew Dragon, nicknamed it, had toured it well with its capsule. The main purpose of the fun ride is, ‘Endeavour’ It was to make room for the second Crew Dragon vehicle, nicknamed it. Resilience, IDA-3 It was placed in the international docking door named. Are the images shared by Mike Hopkins from here or IDA-2’den It is unknown whether he recorded it.
Crew Dragon mission, which is ongoing and shares the same name as the capsule, Elon Musk SpaceX’s second crewed assignment. The astronaut team on duty Has been on the International Space Station since November 15, the video is not the first breathtaking image taken in so long:
The Milky Way view previously shared by Souchi Noguchi on Twitter: