Soyuz Rocket Launch Creates Eerie Jellyfish in the Sky of Kazakhstan

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Just a few hours ago, the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates was launched to the International Space Station by a Russian Soyuz rocket with an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut.

Now look at the pictures of this spectacular event. They are out-of-this-world:

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A giant jellyfish appeared in the sky over Kazakhstan after the launch of a Soyuz Rocket to bring cosmonauts to ISS. Picture via Instagram

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A Soyuz rocket carrying a Russian commander, a NASA co-pilot and a United Arab Emirates guest cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan Wednesday. Picture via Instagram

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the Soyuz rocket roared to life and climbed away at 9:57:43 a.m. EDT (6:57 p.m. local time), the moment Earth’s rotation carried the pad into the plane of the station’s orbit. Picture via Instagram

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The launching came one day after the Japanese space agency launched an unpiloted HTV cargo ship toward the station. Picture via Instagram

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If all goes well, Skripochka and Meir will monitor a four-orbit rendezvous with the space station, moving in for docking at the aft port of the Russian Zvezda module at 3:45 p.m. Picture via Instagram

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Standing by to welcome them aboard the space station will be two cosmonauts, three NASA astronauts and an Italian. Picture via Instagram

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Christina Koch aboard the International Space Station sent down this spectacular view of the Soyuz launch from her vantage point more than 250 miles up. Picture via Twitter

And here a few videos of the launch:

The jet fighter pilot, Almansoori is sponsored by the UAE government. But as with earlier “space tourists,” he will enjoy a relatively short stay in orbit — eight days — before returning to Earth on October 3 with Ovchinin and Hague, who are wrapping up a 202-day mission.

WOW! I would like to live a rocket launch once in my life. Source

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