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Jenna 🌻 Aug 9
Before and after. πŸ”₯
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 8
SN5 after its historic 150M Hop! 2100ftMsl πŸ›©πŸ“·πŸš€ 08/07 What’s do you think will happen to it after it gets moved?
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John Randolph Aug 8
Boca Chica launch pad being readied for the next launch.
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Kyle Montgomery Aug 10
Some tight shots of B1051.5.
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Kyle Montgomery 11h
Ms. Tree is fast on the move. She might be heading back to Port Canaveral.
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 9
SpaceX Super Heavy Launch Pad 1 week difference. at 2200ft MSL.πŸ›©οΈ 08/07 Single drum roller for scale. Support our weekly flyovers here: πŸ›©οΈπŸ“·πŸš€
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 8
Can you spot the new canards?πŸ”Ž πŸ›©οΈπŸ“·πŸš€
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Kyle Montgomery Aug 7
And there is crew dragon.
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 5
Unfortunately I was not able to see the 150M hop in person, but was able to watch it via livestream. Bet it was amazing to witness in person . New flyover day just 2 days away above 2,000ft MSLπŸ›© πŸš€πŸ“·taken 07/30
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Sam Aug 5
On the ground a space craft seems so huge and powerful, yet as it works its way through the atmosphere we can see the true scale of the task at hand πŸ™πŸš€
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Kyle Montgomery Aug 9
B1051.5 can already be seen off the coast where it will be lurking until tomorrow morning when it will enter Port Canaveral.
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Marek Cyzio Aug 6
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Kyle Montgomery Aug 10
B1051.5 is airborne and about to be put on the stand.
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LabPadre Aug 11
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 11
1 week difference of the SpaceX Restaurant. You think it might open to the public?
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Steven Keagle Aug 7
Hello dragon welcome home
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 9
What do you think will go next to the bunker? another bunker?
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Kyle Montgomery Aug 7
Some more photos of Endeavour coming back to port Canaveral.
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Kyle Montgomery 11h
Looks like Ms. Tree is getting some practice scooping fairings.
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RGVAerialPhotography Aug 6
Did you know that the SpaceX Launch Pad is just 3 miles north of the Rio Grande River? Top half is Mexico and bottom is U.S Rio Grande River meets the Gulf of Mexico.
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