a reply to: toysforadults
That's actually pretty damn freaky looking. Have other SpaceX launches appeared this way?? Maybe it has to do with the air temperature or humidity or
something reacting with the exhaust? I will see if I can embed it.
Got it! Looks eerily similar to the Chinese ABM this summer.
edit on 12-22-2017 by worldstarcountry because: (no reason given)
a reply to: MidnightBlue2565
I catch the occasional fireball when I am hanging out at the bay at night. But thats about as exciting as the sky gets around here unless we are
watching the landing route for the base.
man i wish i had caught that. i caught the launch out of san diego a couple years ago when the military did their test for response and it was
spectacular. its amazing what the naked eye can pickup when its going through the staging and the amount of debris that twinkles off into space at
separation of the stages. im jealous of you guys that got to witness it
Some beautiful pictures in all threads covering launches. Nice work to posters.
I've always wanted to be on a flight in-bound from Hawaii or coming down the coast from SF or Seattle during one of these. Obviously one wouldn't get
close, but to see the contrails up over the curvature of the Earth must be spectacular.
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