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Bright pink spot in the sky left after the launch of the American missile February 25, 2015 - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 01 March 2015 15:00

Residents of the US state of Arizona, embarking on Wednesday, February 25, early in the morning, witnessed the beautiful spectacle - pink clouds left in the morning sky after the launch of the NASA research rocket, which was launched from the launch complex polygon US Armed Forces, located in the state of New Mexico.

The missile was launched from White Sands missile range at 5:26 am local time (9:26 GMT), and a bright pink cloud was visible for 20 minutes, until the Sunlight refracted in pairs, left poised far up the rocket, said Officer landfill Cammy Montoya.

Within a few days have passed since that launch, the network has numerous photos and videos made by eyewitnesses of this magical picture of living in Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff.

The rocket was carrying on itself as the payload instruments for atmospheric research, designed by scientists and engineers from the Research Laboratory Base Kirtland Air Force United States, located in Albuquerque.

Official representatives of the polygon White Sands said that the release of large quantities of steam rocket was made deliberately, in order to study using this technique processes responsible for the formation of the Earth's ionosphere.

The ionosphere is a region of space our planet's atmosphere, where the electrons naturally leave the molecule and travel independently, thus forming an ionized gas.

This experiment, which was also attended by ground stations, which produced a number of measurements of ionospheric parameters, aimed to provide a scientific explanation of the perturbations observed in the ionosphere, and assess their impact on various dimensions, produced from the surface of the Earth, NASA officials said.

The missile was provided within the framework of missile tests landfill Kirtland, compiled by the Department of Defense, while NASA has provided technical expertise to build rockets and other hardware components of the mission.

Launching initially planned to make on Monday, but had to be postponed on Wednesday due to adverse weather conditions.


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