Quote from: lcs on 04/18/2017 06:42 PMDid anyone watch the 360 stream? It looked completely bogus to me, just a morphed view of the standard video rather than true wraparound 360. Someone should ask about it at the presser. Mine work near perfectly !
Did anyone watch the 360 stream? It looked completely bogus to me, just a morphed view of the standard video rather than true wraparound 360. Someone should ask about it at the presser.
Thanks, I finally found a working link, but the launch is interrupted right at ignition (10:55). Anyone finds a working version please post!
Thank you for the incredible interest from everyone all over the world looking to experience a rocket launch live in 360º. This is the first time that this has ever been attempted. While the 360º would have been a unique look at launch, we had some difficulties with today’s broadcast. [...] We will review today's 360º setup and endeavor to bring this new perspective of a rocket launch to everyone in the future.
Not really sure where to ask this, so I"ll ask it here:According to Space Flight Now, the next United Launch Alliance mission isn't until August 3rd, an Atlas V with TDRS M. Does ULA really not have any launches planned until then? Seems like a long gap in between launches.
Congrats on another successful launch for ULA. ULA sets the bar for launch cadence year after year and now they are setting the bar for post-launch video highlights. Maybe some other launch companies can take notice, that this is how you do a post-launch video.
Just watched back the "Virtual Reality" webcast. It wasn't as I expected because right around main engine start, there was a jumpcut to around 28 seconds after launch.