This Gorgeous Time-Lapse Shows How Much Work It Takes To Launch A Rocket

In December 2015, the European Space Agency launched the LISA Pathfinder — a two-ton spacecraft traveling to a "virtual point in space."

In December 2015, the European Space Agency launched the LISA Pathfinder — a two-ton spacecraft traveling to a "virtual point in space." This two-minute time-lapse covers the three weeks before the launch, and it's a beautiful look at how much work goes into launching a spacecraft.

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