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With clear skies at Poker Flat and also at the villages of Fort Yukon and Venetie, where they had narrow-field cameras aimed toward the sky, the scientists opened their launch window at 8 p.m. They watched the aurora dance directly overhead at Poker Flat, waited until the aurora was perfect over Fort Yukon and then launched the two-stage rocket. In the 10 minutes, 25 seconds it took for the rocket to arc to a high point 200 miles above Venetie to the payload’s landing in northern Alaska, a complicated array of antennas deployed, and the rocket both gathered and then transmitted an immense amount of information back to Poker Flat.
Originally posted by openeyeswideshut
reply to post by daaskapital
o yeah? he house cause the second picture too? Bet you didn't even look
Originally posted by Journey
What got my attention was when I enlarged the Flicker image to max, I am seeing the same object being photographed by 2 different people, one of them being a professional photographer- as it appears.