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Nathan Barker 3h
Sun sets over the Kennedy Space Center and SpaceX, Falcon Heavy on launch Complex 39A following it's first attempt to launch , delayed due to upper level winds. Various activities at the pad trigger to capture some unique moments.
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Former New Museum Employee Apr 21
can’t believe launched ’s bones in the at Saudi Arabia and MBS’s request. deeply sick and too soon. you should be ashamed
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DonnyW13 15h
Sunrise on the beach of Cape Canaveral, FL on launch day.
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DonnyW13 Apr 20
Replying to @ExploreSpaceKSC
Seen it twice, I was in Titusville for the final launch (my first live launch viewing), and recently up close while I was there for the launch.
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Craig Bosworth Jr Apr 21
How far down range did the falcon heavy center core go on the mission?
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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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Jeff Williams Apr 11
booster landing from CCAFS. Car alarms and all!
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Yazied DA Apr 20
arabsat is coming
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Saudi Projects Apr 12
The Saudi's telecommunication satellite () had a successful deployment into space in partnership with . Satellite will deliver television, radio, Internet, and mobile communications to customers in and Europe with advanced coverages.
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Matthew Adams Apr 11
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Michael Sheetz Apr 11
Mission success for SpaceX’s first operational Falcon Heavy launch. The massive rocket put into space while all three boosters were recovered for the first time.
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Greg Pallone Apr 11
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AstroHardin ♱ Apr 11
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Brady Kenniston Apr 12
Prints and full resolution downloads of my Falcon Heavy launch photos are available now! Canvas, metal, and standard paper prints available with international shipping, all purchases fund trips to photograph these incredible rockets!
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Scott Sutherland (🌦️🌩️🌀🌙🚀🛰️) Apr 11
Wow. This really never gets old.
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Michael Baylor Apr 11
Falcon Heavy heads to space on its first operational mission. Then, the side boosters perform something out of science-fiction.
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Dr. Tanya Harrison Apr 11
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TomCross Apr 10
Waiting for Earth’s upper level winds to cooperate with the limits of the baddest operational rocket on the planet. Hoping for a launch tonight at 8:32pm ET! Some more photos:
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📸Trevor Mahlmann Apr 11
And for my final act of tonight...🕺🏻 (until I can get my other 2 remote cameras in the morning) The remotes are ALL in! Downloads, settings and prints are available for my photos RIGHT NOW in my full gallery:
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Keven Apr 8
Hello, I give 5 tickets for launch of and scheduled on Wednesday, because we will be on plane to France when Space X will take off. DM me ! Cc
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