The camera view of the Orion capsule Carried When Launched

Astronomy Science ~ Orion spacecraft successfully performed its first flight test took him to do two trips around the Earth in 4.5 hours. S...

Astronomy Science ~ Orion spacecraft successfully performed its first flight test took him to do two trips around the Earth in 4.5 hours. Spacecraft that could one day take humans to Mars, go back to Earth with a speed of 20,000 mph (32,000 kph) and burned at a temperature of 2,200 ° C (4,000 ° F).

The camera is mounted on the rocket and capsule capture the whole activity of this mission - give us a view that we have never seen. If astronauts are already present in this capsule, they will experience the g-force of 8.2 - almost double the Soyuz capsule generated when returning from the International Space Station.

Orion reached the target point 275 miles (442 km) west of Baja, California, and achieve at least one record: fly farther and faster than other capsules are built for humans since the Apollo program. "America has a new spaceship" said Mission Control Rob Navias Orion capsule when approaching water. He called this trip as' the most perfect flight you can imagine. "

Earth image taken by the Orion's camera while doing flight test
Orion capsule reaches a peak altitude 14 times farther from Earth than the International Space Station. No spacecraft designed for humans went so far since the Apollo 17, 42 years ago.



NASA needs to send Orion at the highest altitude for the crew to set the module to test reentry quickly and fiery. It is considered as the most important part of the whole flight because retaining heat shield test that humans survive if later use these capsules.

In 11 minutes, Orion slowed down at a speed of 20 mph (32 km / h) and its landing parachute deployed assisted by eight sequentially.
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