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Space X Launch

Discussion in 'General Flight Stories (No Pic/Vid)' started by D.O.G., Apr 11, 2019.

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    We had a space X launch at 6:35pm this evening. I had nothing better to do so I went ahead and took my Fossil 210 up in the air to record. Most of the time we can see it from where we are at, about 3 1/2 hrs as the crows fly. Depending which way they launch the rocket, were're able to see the glowing lights from the rocket boosters and a trial of smoke. A night launch is better. This time they decided to launch the rocket over the Atlantic, opposite direction from us and being cloudy it wasn't a good recording. I'm uploading the video now. It will be about and hour before I can post it. You can barely see the stream of smoke but maybe next they can launch the rocket toward our direction and the recording will be better.
     


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