Striking new video has emerged of Tuesday's Antares unmanned rocket explosion -- and this footage is from 3,000 feet in the air.
NASA had planned to use the spacecraft to take supplies to astronauts currently working on the International Space Station. But just six seconds after liftoff from Wallops Island, Virginia, the $200 million rocket exploded.
Ed Sealing, president and CEO of Sealing Technologies, a Maryland-based cybersecurity and engineering firm, captured this striking video footage from 3,000 feet while on board a Cessna 177 Cardinal plane:
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