This is what it is like to be a rocket
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A bunch of on-board Hero4 cameras took this video of an Aerospace
Maraia was taken up on the 20-foot tall SpaceLoft-10 rocket, which the
The cameras capture every moment as it leaves the launch platform. At the 1:16 mark we see the Maraia capsule separate from the launch vehicle before beginning its journey back to terra firma.
Maraia's mission is to make it an inexpensive, autonomous International Space Station-based vehicle for returning small scientific and engineering payloads to Earth as and when required.
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