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Lauren Lyons Dec 23
Marvelous things don’t have to come from outer space; sometimes they are dreamt up right in our own backyards.
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Amanda Dec 22
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Amanda Dec 22
WOW!!! The view from LA is amazing!!!! People are going to freak out
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Earth Dec 22
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Rebecca Brocton 🎥 Dec 22
Went to with to watch the sunset, ended up watching the Falcon 9 rocket launch.
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Roger Craig Smith @SDCC Dec 22
WAS THAT NOT GORGEOUS?!?! Rough of the from !🚀🛰 Taken from , CA. I'll smooth out the exposure shifts later.🤓
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Andrew Wilburn Dec 23
Since it’s hot right now, here’s my experience of the world ending with my old co-workers
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Roger Craig Smith @SDCC Dec 23
Here's a vid of the 🚀 featuring the separation of the stages. Shot from Tehachapi, CA, using 7DmkII wth 400mm lens, 2X converter.📷 What a show this was! Beautiful to see.
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Ryan J. Lores Dec 22
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Ray Pereda Dec 22
Replying to @raypereda
Unidentified light show in the sky just now
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Chris Frailey Dec 22
Another shot of the with a tighter zoom to show the first stage falling with a little more detail.
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snoɯʎuou∀ Dec 23
Awesome SpaceX Falcon 9 launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base. CA 🎅🏻Santa is coming
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joe janecek Dec 22
Very cool launch from Vandenberg AFB in SoCal of rocket carrying satellites.
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Loren Grush Oct 9
Another successful landing!
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Chris Frailey Dec 22
Falcon 9 rocket launching 10 satellites into space.
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Kelly Ann Collins Dec 22
Replying to @elonmusk
Not gonna lie, at first, I thought this was it. The BIG one. 🚀🧐👀🤳😱😭🤯🤺
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Cosmic Carol Mar 30
Why have NOAA restricted streaming of this launch?
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Matt Desch May 7
Two more satellite slot swaps today - SV150 took over for SV62, and SV148 took over for SV70. One more activation later this week and Launch #5 activities will be complete - just in time for Launch #6 on May 19th!
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Iridium Corporate Jul 10
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Aireon Jun 6
Look at that coverage! Each one of those circles represents a single Aireon payload footprint over the globe. As you can see, the system is nearing completion to have 100% full global coverage.
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