A Space X space mission left a certain visual effect in the sky that surprised everyone

Unlike spirals or auroras created by physical phenomena on SpaceX launches, this visual effect is due to a unique photographic technique.

SpaceX rocket launched by NASA. Photo: Reuters

night sky Arizona, America, saw a surprising phenomenon. A rocket SpaceXCompany led Elon Musk, and its series of launches lit up the horizon. However, the cameras recorded a commotion A continuous path of light Made a heavenly scene at midnight.

After photographs taken by activists who witnessed the event went viral on social media, it was revealed that the pictures were fake. Two consecutive launches Rockets Hawk 9 of SpaceXDone on March 30 in a short span of less than four hours.

A Space X space mission left a certain visual effect in the sky that surprised everyone.  Photo: Instagram jperezmedia.A Space X space mission left a certain visual effect in the sky that surprised everyone. Photo: Instagram jperezmedia.

The first of these rockets was A Telecommunication satelliteThe second launched 23 satellites StarlinkBoth departed from Florida It completes its mission with the controlled decay of its secondary states in the Earth's atmosphere.

Unlike other visual effects that are attributed to physical phenomena, spirals are generated Frozen fuel Expelled by the Rockets Hawk 9 or simulating holes in the atmosphere Aurora Borealis, This effect was achieved through a clever Photographic technique.

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The technique of Many long expressions Used by photographer Jeremy Perez It allowed the rocket trajectory to become a series Light sectionsThis creates the illusion of a broken line floating in the air “Tender Comet Dandelion”According to the author's explanation.

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This view, though captured in blue tones in the images, is actually rendered a white lightA second, more defined line formed by Starlink satellites Wandering

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However, beyond their visual appeal, these events were created worry In the scientific community due to the increasing number of satellites Starlink Reports from low Earth orbit can interfere with cosmic observations Direct science.

Also, there is a possibility that these satellites will eventually fail Decomposition in the atmosphere Top output Metal contaminationPotential environmental hazards.

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