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İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi Roket Teknolojileri Kulübü (ROTEK),…

İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi Roket Teknolojileri Kulübü (ROTEK), İskoçya’da katıldığı “International Rocket Week” yarışmasında dünya birinciliği elde etti! 21-28 Ağustos tarihlerinde İskoçya’da düzenlenen IRW2017 yarışması payload kategorisine, tamamen kendi üretimi olan roketi “SANCAK” ile katılan ROTEK, yaptığı tasarım ve gerçekleştirdiği harika uçuş sayesinde birinci olmaya hak kazandı.

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NASA Captures Details of a Rocket Test With Its New CameraNASA…

NASA Captures Details of a Rocket Test With Its New Camera

NASA unveiled a new camera during its recent space launch test, which is able to show the detail in a rocket plume. And it looks pretty spectacular.

Normally cameras can’t properly capture something like a rocket plume. You can fiddle with the exposure settings, but reducing them darkens the rest of the image. Most cameras also only record one exposure at a time.

However, the new High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) project overcomes this by being able to record multiple slow motion exposures at once and combining them into a more high-quality video. It uses a similar technique to what night photographers use when they splice multiple images together in post to get an impressive image.

Video Link

Gizmodo

NASA Captures Details of a Rocket Test With Its New CameraNASA…

NASA Captures Details of a Rocket Test With Its New Camera

NASA unveiled a new camera during its recent space launch test, which is able to show the detail in a rocket plume. And it looks pretty spectacular.

Normally cameras can’t properly capture something like a rocket plume. You can fiddle with the exposure settings, but reducing them darkens the rest of the image. Most cameras also only record one exposure at a time.

However, the new High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) project overcomes this by being able to record multiple slow motion exposures at once and combining them into a more high-quality video. It uses a similar technique to what night photographers use when they splice multiple images together in post to get an impressive image.

Video Link

Gizmodo