The video looks like a sort of special effects which is reportedly produced by the Alexander Gerst the ESA astronaut. Gerst has indeed captured the most serene and at the same time the most remarkable picturization of a rocket launch that they have seen so far.
The impeccable timelapse has showcased the launch of the rocket from the heart of Russia, Russian Soyuz that allegedly had taken flight on 16th of November 2018 from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome. The Progress MS-10 spacecraft was reportedly filled with cargo worth of 5,652 pounds which sat on the top of the rocket and the cargo could be seen when it was in its route to the International Space Station.
The International Space Station is around 250 miles above the surface of the Earth and it moves around 17,400 miles per hour. It took two days for the supply cargo to reach the international space station.
Alexander Gerst shot the video when he was still inside the Cupola module which is built by the Europeans The video made by Gerst offers the perspective of the launch of the rocket that people aren’t typically used to.