This is obviously sped up a bit for brevity, but by how much? I just noticed I have no idea what speed that should happen at.
What kind of propulsion is it using?
What is it's purpose?
How long until it reaches it's intended destination / first destination etc?
I have so many questions
EDIT: OK so google filled me in, and it was underwhelming (apart from the whole spaceship thing which still blows my mind)
Also, I am clearly out of date on the comings and goings of the ISS
I thought it was some sort of bad CGI at first with the way it moved..
Especially when it flew away while not having any moving parts whatsoever.
I remember reading that airlocks have a limited number of uses due to metal fatigue - is this applicable to the docking and undocking of cargo craft like Dragon or Cygnus? Additionally, is the interior of the ship pressurized?
So I'm watching this video on and I'm thinking to myself: this guy's Kerbal's video settings are really on ultra... The real time lighting and reflections are amazing and look so real!
Me: How fast is this sped up?
A 7 year old: 8 speed.