posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 10:35 AM
That chemical tracer is expected to be seen as glowing, milky white clouds visible to skywatchers along major stretches of the U.S. East Coast,
running from southern Vermont and New Hampshire to the border of North and South Carolina.
As most of you know, NASA has postponed the ATREX rocket launch to Friday, March 16th at midnight, depending on the weather. After checking the
forecast for Wallop Island, VA it looks as if it will be postponed to yet another night due to rain coming to the area. But on to my question...
Are there any amateur (or professional, for that matter) astronomers/photographers out there on ATS with the proper equipment that can photograph or
record these "milky white clouds" in clear resolution so that we ATS members can analyze the photos for ourselves.
I only ask because I am curious if there may be some high altitude activities seen from within the clouds that may be questionable. Maybe something
can be captured within the experiment that NASA wasn't (or maybe was) looking for.