As a member of the media, I have the opportunity to leave automated cameras significantly closer than any human will be during the rocket launch. This article breaks down a multitude of complexities that go into setting those cameras up and ensuring they capture the amazing shot that you all see in articles and posted on social media.
The USAF Thunderbirds will headline this years Air & Space show at the Sanford/Orlando International Airport the weekend of Oct. 16-17
June 17th 12:09 Pm Est A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the latest GPS satellite launched the GPSIII SV05 mission for the US Space Force to further grow and upgrade the GPS constellation.
Credit: Dynetics On Monday, Blue Origin filed a protest against NASA concerning the Human Landing System contract (HLS). […]
Photo by: Matt Cutshall – NHS April 28th at 11:44 PM Edt atop a Falcon, from SLC-40 at […]
Blue Origin Puts Up A Fight After NASA Choses SpaceX For The […]
Photo by: Zac Shaul – NHS April 17th-18th at the Cocoa Beach Airshow For the first time in […]
NASA re visits the Green Run test of the SLS core stage today at the Stennis Space Center running the test for the full eight minute duration.
For the first time since the early 2000’s a new rocket has been brought into the rocket garden […]
At 3:24 AM Est atop a Falcon 9 rocket from LC-39 from the Kennedy Space Center Photo by: […]