Trevor Mahlmann

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Falcon Heavy Demo Mission

  • SpaceX's CEO and Lead Designer, Elon Musk, smiling at the Falcon Heavy press conference held post-launch.

  • Two Falcon Heavy side boosters descending under rocket propulsion toward Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's LZ-1 and LZ-2 with fully down and locked landing legs. (Landing Zone 1 and Landing Zone 2)

  • Falcon Heavy clearing the FSS (Fixed Service Structure) as it launches on its maiden flight, February 6th, 2018.

  • Falcon Heavy clearing the FSS (Fixed Service Structure) as it launches on its maiden flight, February 6th, 2018.

  • Elon Musk being interviewed by Ars Technica's Senior Space Editor Eric Berger at Launch Complex 39A inside NASA's Kennedy Space Center the day before the rockets' maiden flight.

  • Elon Musk laughs as Ars Technica's Senior Space Editor Eric Berger says "This is Ars Technica" in response to Musk's inquiry: "Can I be technical?" at Launch Complex 39A inside NASA's Kennedy Space Center the day before the rockets' maiden flight.

  • Elon Musk being interviewed by Ars Technica's Senior Space Editor Eric Berger at Launch Complex 39A inside NASA's Kennedy Space Center the day before the rockets' maiden flight.

  • Super telephoto view of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

  • Super telephoto view of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

  • Super telephoto view of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

  • Telephoto view of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

  • Close-up of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

  • Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch. (Black & White)

  • Falcon Heavy standing tall on the launch pad the day before its inaugural launch.

Portfolio

  • NASA Flight engineer Scott Tingle waving to friends, family, and members of the media at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on December 17th, 2017. (Photo Credit: Trevor Mahlmann)

  • The Soyuz MS-07 rocket and its locomotive convoy rolling out to the launch pad at sunrise in Baikonur, Kazakhstan on December 15th, 2017. (Photo Credit: Trevor Mahlmann)

  • Engineering Fountain by night

  • Elon Musk laughs as Ars Technica's Senior Space Editor Eric Berger says "This is Ars Technica" in response to Musk's inquiry: "Can I be technical?" at Launch Complex 39A inside NASA's Kennedy Space Center the day before the rockets' maiden flight.

Recent Photos

  • Ryan Hunter-Reay pitting

  • Indy Mini

  • Scott Dixon leads the field of 33 into turn one at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the start of the 101st Indy 500.

  • Flag

  • Borg-Warner Trophy backdropped by the Pagoda at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

  • Borg-Warner Trophy

  • Sunrise at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

  • A pre-sunrise, quiet Indianapolis Motor Speedway on race day from Turn 1.

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