Just let it go.
Rmf wrote:it depends on viewers angle, form 90degree view no side veering you wont notice it , but in paralel viewing camera you could see at 8-9 sec some tilting of the top of the rocket to right side. something like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvNALouyQaIkvs wrote:Rmf wrote:Vann7 wrote:
I find shocking the level of incompetence of Russian Government in promoting their space program . You have here
bran new next generation heavy rocket angara 5 being launched successfully and not a single video anywhere in
any Russian media of major event. How can they expect to attract investors to Russia if they don't advertise
their nation capabilities.
So you have an interesting situation in Russia ..where not only the western media have done a good job , in brainwashing people that Russia innovate nothing and is only a gas station.. but also Russian media incompetence
in to properly promote any new technology or machine they create.
SImply Russia government is not very efficient in advertising its own industry. RT for example is highly view in the west.. but they do not take advantage of their media success in promoting either Tourism or foreign investments
And for a good reason...
THERE WAS ALMOST A DISASTER AT TAKE-OFF.
You can see the top of the missile veering to the right side, but then correction from thrust vector engines kicked in and corrected so the launcher got straighten out. here is the video from previous poster.
Obviously some of the engines didnt got to 100% power in time, the time from engine start to launch buildin arm swinging back is too short ,and launching in mid winter when it was very cold and snow adding weight to missile, plus with cross winds , just goes to show how crazy or confident russians were to get the launch done before 2015 , probably an order from the top brass!
That veering to the right side is clearly a distortion effect of the fish-eye lens being used to film the launch. You do
not see any veering in the part of the video filmed without a distorted view.