Breathtaking time-lapse footage of a rocket launching from Earth was captured in space by an astronaut.
The spaceship saw the earth's atmosphere drop as fast as lightning before the boosters dissolved and burned out as they fell on fire.
The rocket was launched by the Russian Space Agency to send food to International Space Station astronauts.
The spaceship left the Earth's atmosphere in an instant before its boosters broke
The rocket was launched by the Russian Space Agency to send food supplies and equipment to the International Space Station astronauts
The fascinating timelapse was recorded by the astronaut of the German Space Agency Alexander Gerst, the station's director.
The rocket launch was the first since the accident on October 11, when two Russian astronauts survived a terrible missile explosion at 4700 km / h.
Aleksey Ovchinin and American Nick Hague returned to Earth dramatically after the Soyuz rocket boosters broke and the vehicle was automatically turned back from 50 miles high.
The rocket, traveling at thousands of miles per hour, worked on the edge of space, which was supposedly a six-hour trip to the International Space Station, Cockpit Audio revealed.
The fascinating timelapse was recorded by the astronaut of the European Space Agency Alexander Gerst
Only 119 seconds after the trip, the crew became weightless when they still felt the pressure of massive acceleration.
The next human-powered launch is scheduled for December 3, when Russian Oleg Kononenko, Canadian David Saint-Jacques and Anne McClain from the US will fly to the station.