June 12, 2021

Reader-submitted shots of Falcon 9 launch


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Spaceflight Now readers sent in photos of Sunday’s blastoff of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, which lit up a late-night moonlit sky over Florida’s Space Coast on the way to orbit with two communications satellites.

We present a selection of the reader-submitted snapshots.

Photo credit: David Hash (@turndownformars)
Photo credit: David Hash (@turndownformars)
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Photo credit: David Hash (@turndownformars)
Photo credit: David Hash (@turndownformars)
Photo credit: David Hash (@turndownformars)
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A long exposure photo from Orlando. Photo credit: Brent Bozo
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A long exposure photo from Cape Canaveral. Photo credit: Aaron Collier
A long exposure photo from Merritt Island. Photo credit: Twitter user @sahgma
A long exposure photo from Merritt Island. Photo credit: Twitter user @sahgma
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A long exposure photo from Broward County, Florida. Photo credit: Robert Wyman

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