NASA has launched its new acquisition a few hours ago, it's a camera Heliúm 8K ultra-high definition (UHD), rated at $ 80,000.
This valuable device was given to the space agency, thanks to the "Space agreement"between NASA and RED.
Although the camera arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) on April 4, a few hours ago, NASA finally published the first 8K resolution of the space recorded.
The camera will allow astronauts to record video clips at 60 drops, due to the fact that the US space agency will be able to capture the experiments at maximum resolution so that they can then be analyzed on Earth.
In the video released by NASA's official YouTube channel, you can see how ISS crew members work with DNA sequencing in space.
In addition, one can see how crew members learn about the genetic differences of plants grown in earth and space.
However, not everything is good news for people who want to see their activities GODMOTHERbecause there are few who will be able to see the video in its maximum splendor.
This is because very few people have 8K televisions or monitors, despite this inconvenience of the video published in YouTube It has a Full HD resolution so most can appreciate it and enjoy it without any hindrance.
As a curious fact, the RED camera is the same brand that was used to record the Hobbit trilogy, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and famous television series such as Strangers Things and Lost in Space.