Watch fiery separation of NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket boosters

 NASA has launched a video taken through a digicam on board the House Release Device moon rocket appearing a fiery separation of the rocket’s two strap-on boosters in a while after lift-off. 

The digicam, hooked up to the core degree of the 322-foot-tall (100 meters) rocket, filmed the 2 solid-fuel boosters, which helped the rocket off the bottom all the way through its milestone release on Nov. 16, fall off, flaming. The separation happened two mins and 11 seconds after the rocket rose from a Kennedy House Heart release pad into the night time at 1:47 a.m. EST (0647 GMT). 

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