SpaceX Dragon with four astronauts onboard has near miss with rocket debris

Video captures narrow miss as SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule separated from Falcon 9 rocket on it’s way to the International Space Station

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33 Comments on “SpaceX Dragon with four astronauts onboard has near miss with rocket debris”

  1. Esa es un pedaso de basura espacial lo que paso por alli

  2. If it was part of the rocket, how come the trajectory of the debris was PERPENDICULAR to the path of the rocket.

  3. The is the most stupid video out there aka how far would you go to get hits🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️. The Sun, you are embarrassing

  4. That was just some dogecoin on its way to the moon. Nothing to worry about.

  5. That's just new york times used to wipe at the space station. Nothing to worry.

  6. Yes it was part of the rocket that happens to be round and break of and over take the main part of the rocket ignoring the rules of gravity between two points and why's it can change direction and go transparent you ask ? Swamp gas of course.

  7. It's funny how that debris made a full turn from the back of the rocket (from 0:26, considering it's the same)… Apart from that, what kind of physics justify that debris getting back to the rocket against its initial sense and also against the planet gravity? Maybe someone could try to plot it. And lastly, does it passes between the left struct and the camera? Wow…

  8. Relative velocity of a less than a mile an hour, might have made a small thud sound as it bounced off. Don't worry about debris you can see moving, you worry about the stuff traveling faster than a bullet.

  9. It's just a small droplet flying very closely and slowly past the camera… nothing else.

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