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Jeff Williams Apr 11
booster landing from CCAFS. Car alarms and all!
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AstroHardin ♱ Apr 10
Rocket launches are impressive but watching the boosters land is just spectacular! 🚀
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Charli Gardner 4h
Will filter one 🍻 through my body for the center core B1055.01
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John Kraus Apr 11
5,000,000+ pounds of thrust. 27 first-stage Merlin 1D engines. 3 booster cores. And one epic, fiery view. WOW! /
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𝓦𝓲𝓷𝓷 𝓢𝓬𝓱𝓸𝓽𝓽 16h
||: So what's 's mission again?
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K. Scott Piel Apr 11
My most detailed shot yet. 99 megapixels of HDR sexiness. This is a truly gorgeous machine. Full resolution download is here: Full album is here:
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Chris C. Apr 11
Fantastic launch of congratulations@elonmusk ... ps what was this camera shot taken in the launch broadcast?
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CAPCOM 8h
Others parts from could also be flying again on this mission (Merlins, legs... what have been recovered so far)
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
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Pauline Acalin Apr 11
Twelve titanium grid fins. BADASS.
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📸Trevor Mahlmann 11h
Pour one out for the center core B1055.1🍺 2 new photos of touchdown the Flickr Was this one right on the bullseye ? 🚀
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zαкι 17h
such a beautiful creature
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Michael Sheetz Apr 11
Falcon Heavy's side boosters eject, turn around and head back toward land
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Michael Seeley Apr 18
And then the view of the from observation deck: Look closely & in addition to the center core you can find the fairing halves & a capsule all while the VAB @ KSC looks on. (Pics: me / )
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TomCross Apr 11
Falcon Heavy with Arabsat6A inside will be launching tonight at 6:35pm ET, window closes at 8:32pm. Will be quite a show. Hope you’re within range to watch it.
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Rami Mandow 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 11
Beautiful image of the launch of by
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Astro 12h
More pictures of Falcon Heavy core booster B1055 on OCISLY this afternoon. Landing leg appears to be on the deck to the right of the booster.
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📸Trevor Mahlmann Apr 11
I am at a loss for words. Downloads, settings and prints are available for some of my first photos RIGHT NOW in my full gallery:
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Erik Kuna 🚀 12h
Audio On! 🎧 audio of the Falcon Heavy boosters landing last week, sonic booms and landing burns 🚀🔥 photos and audio credit:
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Greg Pallone 16h
ANOTHER LOOK: excited to share the view from our stationary camera at the 4/11/19 2 launch. Felt the rumble within seconds of liftoff, just like the old shuttle days.
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