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Close-up footage of the exploding Antares rocket released
posted November 24 2014 18:48.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It has been almost a month since the Antares Rocket for the ISS Exploded during Take-Off and the close-up films have just been released. In normal situations photographers can collect their cameras within a couple of hours after take-off, but the October 28th was not as normal as any other time.

Immediately after the accident the launch complex was sealed off, which is a call made by Range Safety and Orbital Sciences' procedure, at which point an Incident Response Team (IRT) went out to secure all data 13 including impounding of any imagery that could be relevant in the accident investigation. This procedure is standard operation in the aftermath of an accident, and for that reason it was not until earlier this week that the press photography team covering the launch finally received some (but not all) of the launch pad footage that was impounded for the investigation.
America Space explains



Video credits: Mike Barrett / Jeff Seibert / Matthew Travis / Elliot Severn / Peter Greenwood for www.ZeroGNews.com and www.AmericaSpace.com.

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