Captain here. A thruster on that rocket failed which resulted in the rocket correcting for it and drifting. Without that thruster the thrust to weight ratio was 1. Meaning it would hover. As the rocket started to burn through it's fuel it's thrust to weight ratio would increase because of the lower weight and it would slowly gain altitude. Still a failed launch though. Flys away.
This is something I always thought was funny in movies. When a ship takes off people are standing right there...meanwhile there would be like 4 thrusters like this causing a fucking volcano scenario where you're standing and die instantly lol
So he is a JoJo? Giovanni Giorgio
When it runs on Diesel...
Not an expert. But I think is the wrong direction.
Isn’t it amazing that rocket technology is so complex yet so rudimentary? I mean it truly is such a simplistic and primitive method of leaving the Earth’s atmosphere yet it is also the cutting edge of what we have achieved as a specie. How do we get to the moon? Big rocket go fast. Big rocket go moon. How do we get back? Fall. Where did the big rocket go? *shrugs* Now imagine how much more sophisticated our technology would be unconstrained by funding.
Flew away in same unexpected direction like my piss at the morning.