Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Andy Kettler, Dec 24, 2020.
Any space nerds in here ?
Absolutely! I watch every launch I can and am trying to get down to Cape Canaveral to actually see one in person this year.
Yeah, I live about an hour drive away from the Kennedy Space Center. We occasionally drive 7 minutes out to the beach to watch the rockets come up over the horizon and soar to space. It is spectacular at night when the horizon lights up from the initial launch. From my front yard, I can see the rockets from about 2 minutes or so into the launch until first stage separation.
I would love to see a Starship launch.
I want to be ON the starship lol
I’m having a nerdgasm
Possible SN9 Static Fire today.
SN7.2 is on the pad.
Something static fire happened today but weather was so foggy you could not even see SN9 at NasaSpaceflight stream ^^
LabPadre has a launchpad cam on his YT channel, that works fine at fog and the sound is extremely good.
Both static fires were perfectly visible there!
You should combine LabPadre, NSF and Everyday Astronaut for the full experience, if they're all streaming.
My parents live a few minutes from the launch pad and sit in their back yard drinking wine and video feeding me the launches...I despise them
Great launch this morning, that was the 5th capture of that particular 1st stage booster. That never gets old.
Here we go again...
SN10 next... Testing and Development > Testing and Development...
What a show! Can't get enough of this excitement over and over again.
Some minutes ago...
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