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Rod Duncan May 31
Fact or fiction?... Cool Reality! Congratulations to all!
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Emre Kelly Jun 2
NASA has released new footage of SpaceX's launch from 10 different vantage points. Chopped up and exported for your viewing pleasure. No. 1: 39A payload level at 265 ft / 80 m
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Adam Bernstein Jun 3
The Falcon 9 booster is getting tucked into bed right now.
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Marek Cyzio Jun 2
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Emre Kelly Jun 4
This newly uploaded NASA photo of SpaceX might be my favorite so far. (by )
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Tony Bela - Infographic news Jul 2
Mars 2020 launch delayed at least until July 30. Here’s my work-in-progress infographic, gives me more time to complete. For similar work also more & graphic updates.
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Kyle Montgomery Jun 4
Time lapse of the Demo-2 booster getting it's legs retracted. Youtube upload:
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Emilee Speck Jun 2
There it is! Falcon 9 booster coming into Watch live:
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Michael Seeley Jun 3
Launch & land a rocket 5 times, 4 days after launching crew to the ISS? : Challenge accepted! This was the cloudy view of the launch from Port Canaveral, as the 1st stage lies horizontal in the foreground. 📷: me/
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Jamie Groh Jun 6
A gorgeous infrared shot of the recent launch captured from the Florida coastline near LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center. A gorgeous representation of all Florida has to offer - sun, sea, and space. 📸:NASA / Joel Kowsky
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Kyle Montgomery Jun 3
And there it is, a falcon 9 booster supported only by Octagrabber, all legs up and the crane detached. B1058.1 is pulling off more firsts than just launching crew.
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LaunchPins Jun 11
Our Launch Pins original is back in stock ... the Crew Dragon with Trunk!!
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Marek Cyzio Jun 3
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Chris G - NSF May 31
WOW!!! Bob and Doug saying Dragon was a MORE IMPRESSIVE than Shuttle during launch!!!!
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Jon Galed Jun 1
some fun timelapse of my bust shots during liftoff, from pad 39A
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Mike Killian Jun 1
The last shuttle & 1st Dragon Riders. Honored to have been at both, & covered every major milestone for since they arrived on the Cape as shuttle was retiring. I waited 9 years to make this image 😂 Congrats to &
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Dr Kevin Fong May 31
There’s a whole generation of folk playing the Blue Danube Waltz in their heads while this docking happens
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Pauline Acalin Jun 3
Watching this particular recovered booster glide by Jetty Park pier yesterday made EVERYONE giddy. I’m so thrilled to have witnessed B1058’s arrival with friends. 📷 for
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Michael Hodges Jun 11
Just got my sweet mission shirt, and was sent a bunch of iron on type patches as well!!! I may do a give away of some of the patches.
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Tony Bela - Infographic news Jun 27
Mars 2020 work-in-progress infographic of the Perseverance Rover mission. Final version will upload around July 20. My similar works also more & infographic updates.
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