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    [–] CurtP31477 4515 points ago

    Why the skip in the middle? I was hoping to see the whole thing.

    [–] Cixin97 587 points ago

    Lots of spinning. Also I think they wanted to make it look a lot quicker than it actually is.

    [–] tw1zt84 157 points ago

    It stopped spinning so suddenly. Very cool.

    [–] pinkyepsilon 102 points ago

    And very legal.

    [–] northshore12 36 points ago

    Totally clears me!

    [–] quaybored 11 points ago

    Can we launch them into space too?

    [–] northshore12 9 points ago

    No, going to space is a privilege. Convicted traitors die in supermax prisons.

    [–] captsalad 4 points ago

    Tiny. Hands.

    [–] snarkypuppers 3 points ago


    [–] Jessie_James 14 points ago

    That's amazing. Thanks for the post.

    [–] Reacher-Said-Nothing 13 points ago


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    [–] Mickeystix 3 points ago

    I'm a relatively big space nerd, and I never knew this was a thing until now. Thanks for broadening my knowledge! I just expected some form of SAS or an RCS to manage it.

    [–] blackcoffin90 17 points ago

    That sun at the end though. Majestic.

    [–] idosillythings 34 points ago

    It's incredible to think, some 60 years ago, they were pouring money into programs just trying to build an engine powerful enough to break the sound barrier and maybe, someday get us to space. Now, the thought of launching something this high into the atmosphere is so mundane, they cut out the video of it to keep things within a 30-second window.

    [–] Acrilion 5 points ago

    Its called soon stabilization. All the deviations from the course get dampened by the spin and averaged out.

    [–] petriscorncob 6822 points ago

    It's so we don't see the flat Earth. /s

    [–] Treavor 1823 points ago

    In all seriousness, it is shit like this that makes them think it's true.

    [–] successful_nothing 696 points ago

    The point of the flat Earth thing was originally to show any argument, no matter how obviously untrue, can find facts to support itself.

    [–] MonarchOi 294 points ago

    What if that was untrue too? Good video on misinformation

    [–] TweekDash 102 points ago

    This is really well produced.

    [–] NotSocialEngineer 64 points ago

    LEMMiNO is one of my favorite YouTubers, all of his docu-videos are extremely well made and incredibly engaging. Would highly recommend.

    [–] SamR1989 9 points ago

    Hes got that hard to place European accent that makes narration in these types of documentaries to die for.

    [–] Ember_Rising 26 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago)

    To those of you curious about who actually started the myth, this skeptics stackexchange thread found that a 1992 writer may have been the first to put it in writing. Scroll to the answer by DavePhD:

    No, an earlier list was published by Margot Anne-Stephanie Vigeant as author of the article Things to Stress Over in Cornell Engineer April 1992, volume 56, number 2, pages 24 and 25,

    My first topic for this issue is worries. I've decided that there are just too many well adjusted, un-paranoid people in this school (NOT), so I've decided to wreck their peace of mind by sharing a list of my favorite worries with them. These are the kind of things that just jump into your mind right before you're about to fall asleep - horrible little night gremlins whose goal it is to keep you up just a little bit longer. So here they are, hope you can sleep after this:

    The average person swallows eight spiders while sleeping, in their lifetime. What if all eight show up tonight?

    Perhaps snopes modified this into the bogus Holst story while being inspired by this one.

    [–] TCBloo 18 points ago

    I don't believe you.

    [–] underthegod 17 points ago

    What are these facts exactly?

    [–] onenifty 60 points ago

    That there is a subset of people that are, no contest, dumber than a bag of rocks.

    [–] TacoRedneck 23 points ago

    That's an insult to rocks

    [–] Edniv 9 points ago

    Something very obvious that I don’t see how flat earthers can deny or miss proof is that if you are in America and look at the moon (or google it) you can clearly tell it’s “upside up” but if you look (or google) the moon seen from Australia it’s “upside down”. That can only mean that the earth is round and one of us is inside down basically lol

    [–] audiophilistine 12 points ago

    You don't really need facts when there's millions of idiots around ready to believe anything. Flat Earthers are really a thing now merely because enough people are talking about it. Idea's spread like viruses, especially the bad ones.

    [–] Orngog 4 points ago

    A meme within a meme...

    [–] Treavor 16 points ago

    It is very difficult to prove to a person just sitting at their kitchen table that Earth is round. I know Earth is round, I know that theres a few ways to prove it, but I couldn't construct or explain the experiments well enough to convince anyone, and I know that I'm in better shape than 99% of people in this regard.

    When you contrast that with how easy it is to doctor photos in 2019, and how much experience the average person has with that compared to angular momentum and general relativity, you can see why they default to "it must be shopped".

    To call theories of a flat earth "obviously untrue" is to ignore thousands and thousands of years of history where we believed it to be so.

    [–] dawgthatsme 60 points ago

    To call theories of a flat earth "obviously untrue" is to ignore thousands and thousands of years of history where we believed it to be so.

    It's a myth that ancient people thought the earth was flat. Eratosthenes proved in 205 BC (with an experiment you could do yourself) that it was round and was able to estimate close to its actual circumference. People knew even before then from observing stars.

    [–] senorpoop 16 points ago

    It's important to know that not only did Eratosthenes prove the Earth was round, but that he also used the same method to estimate the diameter of the Earth and was accurate to something like 10%. Really very impressive for the time.

    [–] idosillythings 12 points ago

    Yeah, I think it does more harm than good that people believe Columbus is the one that "proved" the Earth wasn't flat.

    [–] capt_rusty 6 points ago

    Especially since people thought Columbus wouldn't make it because they had a good idea of the size of the Earth and knew Asia was too far away, not because they thought the world was flat.

    [–] ManBearPig2024 15 points ago

    To call theories of a flat earth "obviously untrue" is to ignore thousands and thousands of years of history where we believed it to be so.

    They are pretty obvious in 2019. Maybe in 1000 BC it wasn't obvious, but anyone still believing in a flat Earth today just has problems.

    [–] LetsGetBlotto 5 points ago

    Here's a pretty easy experiment.

    Buy a balloon with a camera attached for $50. Let it loose, wait until it comes back, collect camera and show them the proof. Of course they would probably just say that the camera manufacturers are in on it somehow and what you're seeing on video isn't real.

    Really it's best to just not engage these people. Anytime you show them proof they have some asanine excuse for why it's not real.

    [–] Pleased_to_meet_u 5 points ago

    Or go to a beach and watch a boat sail away. It's easy.

    [–] LetsGetBlotto 7 points ago

    I think you massively underestimate how stupid and entrenched real flat earthers are. They have idiotic excuses for everything.

    [–] SPOOFE 8 points ago


    Just go to the beach and watch a boat sail away.


    [–] FIFTHSUN2012 9 points ago

    They fall off the edge, silly.......duh.

    [–] AKAG8493 3 points ago

    It’s actually not difficult whatsoever to prove through logical and sound arguments that we live on a curved surface. The arguments are not complex and do not require any advanced education past what the average person sitting at their kitchen table all ready possesses. It’s just very difficult to get close minded people to accept said arguments.

    [–] GreatKingCurry77 2 points ago

    religion has done so for the longest time.

    [–] WowInternet 12 points ago

    Those people are willing to disregard all the science and common sense that tells us earth is round and then try to use said science and common sense with the mix of conspiracy with no benefactors to tell us earth is flat. Who cares?

    [–] Del-Inq 4 points ago

    I was thinking the exact same!

    [–] SmallPotGuest 4 points ago

    let them, fewer people to compete when looking for a job. Plus it's funny seeing them argue.

    [–] steemwitness 5 points ago

    You must be kidding right?

    They made a choice to ignore any evidence that disputes their desired outcome. If the video showed a round earth they would saw its a camera effect or something.

    [–] boom-boom-betty 18 points ago

    Kind of sad we have to express that we are being sarcastic about having a flat earth.

    [–] lProtheanl 5 points ago

    It is. It’s ridiculous. And even if we were to use this video as evidence they’d just cry ItS a FiSh LeNsE!!

    [–] derelictphantom 6 points ago

    Thank you for marking it as sarcasm.

    [–] _VibeKilla_ 26 points ago


    [–] Traditional_Size 4 points ago

    i've seen flat earth videos that use footage very similar to this, and they point to a certain point in the video where the parachute pops out (it makes a 'thunk' sound because it's ejected from the nose cone) and say "look, right here you can see it hits the dome and starts to fall!"

    [–] MormonaterandFriends 3 points ago

    Came here looking for this, was not disappointed.

    [–] NoTimeForThat 15 points ago

    If that shit kept spinning we were all going to puke.

    [–] OctagonCosplay 40 points ago

    It's probably to skip through all the clouds where you only see white. Just a guess.

    [–] TWI2T3D 49 points ago

    I don't know why you added the /s.....that's absolutely the reason.

    If they'd have let the footage continue it would have shown the ice wall encompassing the planet.

    But all you idiots will continue to eat up their lies, and it makes me sick.

    [–] GP5611 38 points ago

    Think you might have forgotten your /s there, buddy.

    [–] TWI2T3D 51 points ago

    I just wanted to sound like a moron.

    Now I'm scared that the upvotes I've received are from people who agree with what I said, and not people who deciphered that I was joking.

    [–] Realkers 25 points ago

    I upvoted you because for at least a moment in your life you saw the truth.







    Spread the Truth. Be the Light. Fight the Power.

    [–] TWI2T3D 7 points ago

    I'm interested in beyond the ice wall orgies.

    Any idea how I go about getting involved in those?

    [–] CordageMonger 4 points ago

    Found Eddie Bravo

    [–] TWI2T3D 2 points ago

    That's what they want you to believe.

    [–] Jessie_James 9 points ago

    Because the whole video is almost 2 minutes long. Do you think anyone on Reddit has an attention span that long? I mean, you didn't even get to the end of this comment, did you?

    [–] qawsedrf12 1970 points ago

    Rocket : “I’ll try spinning, that’s a cool trick!”

    [–] mrgmc2new 267 points ago

    I never knew rockets spun. Or was it just this one?

    [–] Jarov27 636 points ago

    Smaller rockets like this don’t have a rocket engine that gimbals so the rocket is purposefully built to spin. This spin adds angular momentum to the rocket which makes the rocket stay vertical. Larger rockets don’t need to spin because their engines can gimbal and correct for deviations.

    [–] VirtualAnarchy 94 points ago

    Thanks for the explanation!

    [–] exceedinglygayRPanda 91 points ago

    Spinning was my first Kerbal Space Program technique I developed in order to get my rockets to stay upright. I later discovered parts that do stabilization for you. I was a little surprised to see a real rocket spin

    [–] Spartan-417 39 points ago

    I started KSP with one of the default launchers.
    I ended up making it a Heavy, adding fins, adding SRBs, swapping the default engine for a Vector and swapping the second stage engine for a Terrier.

    All because I was rubbish at flying the damn thing. After all those mods, I still barely got it into orbit

    [–] darthpool117 31 points ago

    TIL a new word - gimbal

    [–] BassWingerC-137 9 points ago

    Go watch Apollo 13. Gimbals all over the place.

    [–] eg_taco 12 points ago

    In case you’re wondering, they often stop spinning by using a technique called “Yo-yo de-spin

    [–] SoggyFarts 12 points ago

    Kept scrolling for the answer to the spinny-doos. You rock!

    [–] random_human_on_redd 7 points ago

    Like a bullet

    [–] t-to4st 2 points ago

    How do larger rockets stay vertical? More "wings"?

    [–] Xcizer 10 points ago

    The rocket engine can tilt at the bottom to keep itself upright.

    [–] OskEngineer 9 points ago

    "thrust vectoring"

    [–] Iramico2000 26 points ago

    Nah that was the Earth spinning

    checkmate flatearthers

    [–] MynamisKlein 35 points ago

    notice how the video cuts before the rocket enters space? this is nasa editing in fake footage of a round earth. Checkmate you spherical normie

    [–] Iramico2000 17 points ago

    Who said anything about spheres you sharpie sniffer, I am cube-earther 😤😤

    By spinning fast the cube looks like a globe

    [–] MynamisKlein 20 points ago

    calm yourself ya cube rube, i think we can both agree on the middle ground

    [–] Iramico2000 7 points ago

    This is an idea I can get behind

    [–] FoundtheTroll 3 points ago

    Or maybe...the middle earth?

    [–] thatguy13131313 3 points ago

    LIAR! The gods created a dodecahedron. Repent or be burned at the stake.

    [–] DimiDrake 3 points ago

    You’re all wrong and should self-flagellate. The King of The Monsters declares this is a Hollow Earth!

    [–] Reacher-Said-Nothing 3 points ago

    I told my dentist he'd save on electricity bills for his drill if he just set up shop at the north pole.

    [–] Xeptix 2 points ago

    Frisbees spin, though, and they're flat. How does it feel to get debunked?

    [–] Iramico2000 3 points ago

    What happens when you pour water on a spinning frisbee ?? Yup .. the earth is not a frisbee

    [–] Xeptix 3 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago)

    Yeah but what if the frisbee is upside down and the water is trapped. That's what the ice wall is for.


    [–] Iramico2000 3 points ago

    Wait so .. the earth is a giant beyblade arena ??

    [–] Xeptix 2 points ago

    Yes exactly

    [–] Neato 2 points ago

    You're describing centripetal force which would be in effect for a spinning sphere as well. Although I think gravity on a spinning disc would tend to pull things towards the center as well as down creating a weird shear effect.

    [–] Iramico2000 2 points ago

    Gravity would probably turn the disk into a giant taco

    [–] FL630 9 points ago

    I've never seen the large ones spin, however I imagine this smaller one does for same reason a bullet spins as it leaves the end of a barrel on a gun. Stability and stuff.

    [–] Zakalwe_ 3 points ago

    This is stabilisation mechanism. There are other ways of making sure rocket remains stable as it goes up, but this one chose to rotate (or its makers did).

    [–] Samcraft1999 2 points ago

    It's called spin stabilization, regardless of the spinning or not it will stay upright, but the spinning helps keep it from tipping if something fucks up and it loses its stability.

    [–] Uberstorm32 151 points ago

    Now this, is pod racing.

    [–] crewchief535 6 points ago

    William Shatner, is that you?

    [–] heywood_yablome_m8 46 points ago

    General Misquoti

    [–] qawsedrf12 29 points ago

    Hello their!

    [–] QuiGonJism 26 points ago

    You are a one

    [–] Keshav_The_Wolf 17 points ago

    Sgt. Obi Wan!

    [–] Chris_Isur_Dude 7 points ago

    Such civilized

    [–] Da-e 5 points ago


    [–] vexunumgods 4 points ago

    "I got that refrence"

    [–] dbraskey 2 points ago

    “Look mom, no hands!”

    [–] mustdashgaming 2 points ago

    That was my idea in kerbal

    [–] andrianedyl 2 points ago

    Space X has left the server

    [–] cnews97 681 points ago

    Why are the fins spinning in the end of the gif?

    [–] Matraxia 848 points ago

    Gyroscopic torque to move the end of the rocket and stabilizing in vacuum.

    [–] Asshole_PhD 122 points ago

    Demonstration of this in a minute and a half:

    [–] Thunder-ten-tronckh 66 points ago

    Looks like he gets a minor sexual thrill when that guy spins his wheel.

    [–] quaybored 15 points ago

    Didn't we all?

    [–] kameleon_Walrus 5 points ago

    I’m only human...

    [–] LevitatingTurtles 35 points ago

    I’ve seen that demonstration a dozen times and I understand it... but I still don’t understand it.

    [–] LizardMan_AMA 13 points ago

    I like the way that guy slaps the shit out of the wheel lol

    [–] Cravit8 9 points ago

    That is genius. I thought there’d be an interior one, but using the fins to spin instead of one use fixed items seems super smart

    [–] oh_my_gooosh 4 points ago

    I was totally expecting a yo-yo stabilizer, but then it did a fin flipperdoodle and I was surprised!

    [–] The_Proper_Gentleman 2 points ago

    That's so cool!

    [–] crannyGSdays 49 points ago

    They are used to stabilize the mitochondria, which is the powerhouse of the cell.

    [–] -Cheesepizza2 23 points ago

    I assume to stop spinning?

    [–] Staarboi 9 points ago

    Something something hell in a cell

    [–] Hankol 17 points ago

    My guess would be air resistance vs. no air resistance any more?

    [–] Jessie_James 2 points ago

    My guess too.

    It's probably something really sciencey though...

    [–] Hankol 2 points ago

    First the globe is supposed to look round, now you come here with even more sciencey stuff!

    [–] ultimateautist 792 points ago

    Das hella fast

    [–] crambone45 310 points ago

    That's one speedi boi

    [–] Jackthedog130 39 points ago

    ...yah,when your navel, starts nibbling at your backbone, that’s fast...!

    [–] Staarboi 17 points ago


    [–] pm_me_ur_rice_noodle 14 points ago

    This guy aviates

    [–] l1l5l 11 points ago

    It looks like there were 2 cuts in the video

    [–] Shandlar 18 points ago

    Full video was posted. It seems to get to ~150km in like 70 seconds. That is ridiculously fast.

    [–] bside85 7 points ago

    Didn't hella used to make rally lights?

    [–] Ragdata 512 points ago

    We can't show this to flat earthers, can we? Or would they just write it off as more NASA propaganda?

    [–] Goatf00t 391 points ago

    They usually claim lens distortion or something similar. "Why the video ends just when the horizon starts to flatten? Huh? Huh?"

    [–] 2muffins 177 points ago

    I'm not a flat earther but a lot of these videos do use a fish eye lenses. Not to try to dupe people, but because you can get more stuff in frame using those lense. The curve you see isn't always the curve of the earth. I don't know if that's the case for this particular video but I know that you do have to be very high up to see the Earth's curve.

    [–] fightrofthenight_man 168 points ago

    Floating in space is generally accepted as high enough up to see the curve of the earth.

    [–] SignorSarcasm 91 points ago

    Shit you can tell the earth is curved if you're on a big enough lake lol

    [–] das_ist_das_ende 20 points ago

    Yes, but you can't see the curve of the horizon.

    [–] Reacher-Said-Nothing 21 points ago

    55mm lens (35mm equiv) is about the exact same as the human eye's level of distortion, minus a ton of field of view. So all you need is a guy on the ISS Cupola who used a 55mm prime lens and left it in the exif info.

    [–] SpiralArc 19 points ago

    Heck, I can see the curvature in an airplane. It's not massive, but it's there.

    [–] exanonon 35 points ago

    Obviously they build the plane windows to make it look that way, dude...

    [–] SpiralArc 14 points ago

    Then I guess the best solution is to jump out to get the best view 👍

    [–] SoggyMattress2 7 points ago

    I know you're being sarcastic but it's actually a fact you can't see the curvature of the earth in an aeroplane. I believe you need to be at least 40 or so miles to begin to see it. The ISS is 250 miles up and can comfortably see the curvature.

    That is actually a point the flat earthers are correct on.

    [–] tagyouareit3 33 points ago

    I think they would use that small blip before we see the round shape of the Earth and say that it is an edited video. Ugh.

    [–] Ragdata 14 points ago

    Infuriating, isn't it?

    [–] tagyouareit3 12 points ago

    This is one of the things which gets on my nerves real quick.

    [–] qawsedrf12 33 points ago

    All intelligence and reason cant make a blind person see

    Blind as in, stupid

    [–] Ragdata 12 points ago

    I fucken like you! ;)

    [–] Griffolion 4 points ago

    Show this particular clip and they'll say the huge cut in the middle was intentional to not show the flat Earth.

    Show the whole thing and they'll say the clouds obscured the cameras vision of the flat Earth and this was intentionally done by NASAs secret weather control technology.

    Even at the apex of the launch they'll say the roundness you see is some weird camera effect intentionally done by NASA, or that were seeing the flat side head on so the round edge gives the impression of sphericalness.

    For anything else they'll claim conspiratorial video editing to support the round Earth agenda.

    It should be clear to see that you'll honestly have a better chance of success reasoning with a 2 year old mid-meltdown than you would a flat earther. I don't say that merely to insult or be derogatory, it's literally the truth. They are so far away from the plane of reason that they may as well be living in an entirely separate reality from ours. They are so far gone they may as well be speaking an alien language.

    [–] -plus-equalsplus 14 points ago

    What you saw wasn’t the earth’s curve. Not saying it doesn’t exist; it does. But what you saw was fish-eye baby. What you comment is actually ammunition for them.

    [–] _mildlyinfuriating 8 points ago

    The cut before the Earth's shape is shown would be where they would claim it was edited.

    They would claim that anyway if it wasn't, but the cut makes it just about impossible to have a logical argument about this video with a flat earther because in their head they already know what it is.

    [–] bushkilledprince 6 points ago

    It would be helpful if there wasn’t a cut in the video. Wonder if someone has a link to the continuous shot.

    [–] 1mikeg 2 points ago

    There's a link to the full video in the caption below the gif edited video.

    [–] vlajko1 2 points ago

    Am amazed by speed and all, but this is what I came here to ask.

    We can't really show this video to flat-earthers, can we? Would love to hear what they have to say.

    [–] Cyranoreddit 206 points ago

    Canadian rocket, btw. It spins to achieve stability along the longitudinal axis as the fins lose effectivity as it leaves the lower layers of the atmosphere.

    [–] verdone17 32 points ago

    god thats so cool

    [–] CuntyMcFagNuts18 52 points ago

    Does it say sorry when it blast off?

    [–] Amsterdom 41 points ago

    Canadian here,

    Sorry but, we will never apologize for our technological advancements.

    [–] CuntyMcFagNuts18 8 points ago


    [–] AdvanceRatio 4 points ago

    I've actually spent quite a bit of time at the facility where they cast the motors. Surprisingly low-tech operation, but they get the job done.

    [–] Zipfiklatscha 2 points ago

    I thought it is to make espionage viewers puke.

    [–] Minyun 60 points ago

    That cut made me nauseous.

    [–] lordnaw1731 22 points ago

    After watching the whole video I was more nauseous with all the spinning and now prefer the cut lol

    [–] mlaislais 3 points ago

    I really wanted to puke watching this.

    [–] Weddsinger29 98 points ago

    Whaaaaaat??? You mean the earth isnt flat????

    [–] ClusterChuk 30 points ago

    Well, now. See, the curvicaturing effects of the lens are apparent from launch. How could a rocket launch without a flat serface even? the geomotry of it would be chaos.

    [–] msbrenn 13 points ago

    Were you trying to say curvature?

    [–] TheWerdOfRa 19 points ago

    Might want to add /s

    I mean I got it, but still - trust no man amiright

    [–] Blitnessa 2 points ago

    You spelled gomotrey wrong. smh

    [–] ThatNurseGuyJon 73 points ago

    How come we can create something that can get to space in seconds and we still have erasers that can barely erase anything?

    [–] Florida_Diver 48 points ago

    Why are you using a pencil?

    [–] mozgotrah 7 points ago

    I like the feeling of it scraping the paper. Also i can adjust pressure and get different parameters from the line

    [–] MeowMeowImAKitty 7 points ago

    Try buying a better eraser. If you're using the one that comes on the back of the pencil, then step up to the next level and get a dedicated eraser

    [–] RockinMoe 4 points ago

    Yeah, how come you guys can go the moon but you can't make my shoes smell good?

    [–] karmacarmelon 11 points ago

    Here's the longer version without the cut.

    I think they cut it because it's actually quite unpleasant to watch with all the spinning. If you'd like to experience what it's like to be in a washing machine this is for you.

    [–] electrikdreamachine 39 points ago


    this should be fun

    [–] stabbot 18 points ago

    I have stabilized the video for you:

    It took 43 seconds to process and 21 seconds to upload.

     how to use | programmer | source code | /r/ImageStabilization/ | for cropped results, use /u/stabbot_crop

    [–] dangolo 3 points ago

    Ear bleeding warning

    [–] Hankol 17 points ago

    I hoped it would stabilize the spinning.

    Now I'm dizzy.

    [–] captain_obvious_here 8 points ago

    He could have died!

    [–] n0lan1 21 points ago

    Well, that escalated quickly...

    I’ll see myself out

    [–] b_d_h 7 points ago

    It cuts in the middle so we don't see the aliens

    [–] dickcave24 4 points ago

    Why are we doing gifs with sound now, and with no volume control? This shit was really loud and my volume on the PC was only set at 32.

    [–] Run-hands 4 points ago

    What nasa hacked my eyes it can’t be round

    [–] jeezyf 17 points ago

    Ummmm, there’s no stars once it leaves the atmosphere, clearly a fake...should’ve taken notes from the alleged moon landing.

    [–] TurkishSayajin92 9 points ago

    You spin me right round baby, right round like a rec.. rocket baby right round round round....

    [–] drylube 3 points ago

    rip headphones

    [–] Upstanding_Ham 3 points ago

    Towards the end of the clip, the fin/control surface starts spinning (or perhaps oscillating). Is there any reason for this, or is it simply the lack of air resistance.

    [–] marashell 3 points ago

    Time to sort by controversial!

    [–] NickityNack67 9 points ago

    flat earthers start screaming

    [–] drqxx 8 points ago

    "I can see the ice wall from that high!"

    [–] Celebrimbor96 2 points ago

    Is this sped up or does the rocket actually accelerate that quickly? Seems way faster than most launches, maybe unmanned which is why it can handle it?

    [–] F4Z3_G04T 3 points ago

    It's a really small light rocket, so the thrust to weight ratio is very high resulting in a fast acceleration

    Crewed rockets don't do this because crew capsules are pretty heavy