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John Kraus
18-year-old, Florida-based photographer capturing the wonders of spaceflight in imagery. Support my work on Patreon:
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Yesterday’s launch of ’s rocket and , as seen from one of my remote cameras within Launch Complex 39A. I’m really happy with how this shot came out!
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Dramatic liftoff of ’s rocket and yesterday afternoon. The clouds really made this one stunning.
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John Kraus 1h
Dramatic liftoff of ’s rocket and yesterday afternoon. The clouds really made this one stunning.
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John Kraus 1h
Yesterday’s launch of ’s rocket and , as seen from one of my remote cameras within Launch Complex 39A. I’m really happy with how this shot came out!
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mooncat 2h
that flag pic rocks.. nice work John! Check his work if you are unfamiliar with it. Rising space photography star of the new space era.
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Ross 3h
This dude is an awesome photographer. The flag is my favorite shot of the bunch I think
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John Kraus 3h
About .3 miles from the base of the rocket to the front of the hangar (if you count the opening facing the launchpad as the front)
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John Kraus 19h
climbs into the afternoon sky with . The iconic American Flag at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site is seen in the foreground. Captured with the Hasselblad X1D.
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Prints of my photos from today's launch of are available to order! More photos (hopefully) coming tomorrow morning following the second round of remote camera pickups!
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Check out this epic shot from Playalinda Beach from !
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Post-launch meal and edit session with the crew!
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Prints of my photos from today's launch of are available to order! More photos (hopefully) coming tomorrow morning following the second round of remote camera pickups!
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John Kraus 18h
Cloud cover made for a dramatic liftoff of ’s rocket and from LC-39A at 3:46 P.M. this afternoon. Here’s a view from my remote camera placed outside the launchpad.
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Replying to @julia_bergeron
I had about 20x that :(
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Liftoff! ’s rocket ascends from LC-39A with at 3:46 P.M. this afternoon, as seen from the Kennedy Space Center Press Site.
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John Kraus 19h
climbs into the afternoon sky with . The iconic American Flag at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site is seen in the foreground. Captured with the Hasselblad X1D.
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John Kraus 20h
Liftoff! ’s rocket ascends from LC-39A with at 3:46 P.M. this afternoon, as seen from the Kennedy Space Center Press Site.
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John Kraus 20h
About to watch a launch with this guy... and then we get to pick stickers off of our pants and shoes!
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John Kraus Nov 15
Replying to @SpaceX
Can’t wait to photograph this launch today! Go and !
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