NASA Blasting The Biggest Rocket In The World In Slow Motion With An Amazing New High Dynamic Camera Capturing Stunning Details

Nasa’s High Dynamic Range Stereo X camera filmed the Space Launch System (SLS) booster.

Incredible footage captured by Nasa’s new High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) shows rocket motor plumes in brilliant detail. The camera was created to overcome the problem that exists when trying to film rocket motor tests.

The plumes created are extremely loud, as well as bright, making them difficult to record without drastically cutting down the exposure settings on the camera.

Unlike most cameras, which only use one exposure at a time, the HiDyRS-X records multiple, slow motion video exposures simultaneously. The camera was used during the massive booster test, called QM-2, at Orbital ATK’s test facility in Utah.

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