Rocket Portfolio

Portfolio

  • Falcon 9 lifts off from SLC-40 with 58 SpaceX Starlink and 3 SkySat satellites for Planet.

  • Fireworks cap off ThinkerCon 2018 at the US Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL.

  • Dusk falls on Boston as Trinity Church shines in Copley Square.

  • Back Bay skyline reflected in the Storrow Lagoon

  • Partly Cloudy Beavertail

    Sunlight breaking through the clouds, illuminating the Beavertail Lighthouse from its rocky shores.

  • Delta IV Heavy launching Parker Solar Probe to the Sun, as seen in this single long exposure image from the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse.

  • Delta IV Heavy launching Parker Solar Probe to the Sun, as seen in this single long exposure image from the grounds of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse.

  • Delta IV Heavy launching Parker Solar Probe to the Sun.

  • Delta IV Heavy launching Parker Solar Probe to the Sun.

  • Delta IV Heavy igniting its engines prior to launching the Parker Solar Probe to the Sun.

  • The mighty ULA Delta IV Heavy at dusk on the evening before launch.

  • The ULA Mobile Service Tower at SLC-37B begins to roll back, revealing the mighty Delta IV Heavy.

  • The SpaceX Falcon 9 being returned to port just days after landing at sea as lightning strikes in the distance.

  • The SpaceX Falcon 9 being returned to port just days after landing at sea.

  • The SpaceX Falcon 9 being returned to port just days after landing at sea, passing by a Carnival Liberty cruiseliner.

  • Space Station zipping over Copley Square's Trinity Church and Hancock Tower in Boston, Massachusetts.

  • United Airlines flight 57, a Boeing 767-424(ER), cruising at 33,000ft ~10km off the coast of Scituate, MA flying from Newark (EWR) to Charles de Gaulle (CDG). Photo taken from Long Wharf in Boston, MA.

  • Hi-res panorama of SpaceX's first Block V Falcon 9 standing on SLC-4 East at Vandenberg Air Force Base.

  • A wicked view of the Falcon 9 nearing the supersonic regime of flight, creating condensation which instantly freezes and luminesces in the rocket's brighter-than-the-sun exhaust.

  • The 2nd Block V iteration of the Falcon 9 rocket (first from SLC-40) clearing the tower.

  • Falcon 9 ascending above a palm tree located on SLC-40, wreathed in condensation from super-chilled LOX (liquid oxygen) and RP-1 (rocket propellant - 1)in its fuel tanks.

  • Daytime!!! Falcon 9 lights up the night in this long exposure photo.

  • A synthwave r/Outrun-style sunset over the Florida Space Coast.

  • Hi-res panorama of SpaceX's second Block V Falcon 9 standing on SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

  • Int'l Space Station flying into the horizon over the statue of George Washington in the Boston Public Garden.

Recent Photos

  • Aerial view overtop SpaceX's new droneship, A Shortfall of Gravitas, arriving to Cape Canaveral.

  • Rocket comes home. Composite time-lapse image showing Falcon 9 B1060.8 slowing itself under the power of a single Merlin engine for a soft setdown at LZ-1 to conclude the Transporter 2 mission.

  • Falcon leaps from its perch for the 8th time in a calendar year.

  • Sound-activated remote camera view of liftoff from SLC-40.

  • More clouds.

  • And more, still.

  • Leg deploy and touchdown. Almost like SpaceX planned it.

  • Descending through the clouds.

  • Ignition. Falcon 9 flies through a trail of soot after tea-teb ignites the center E9 engine to prepare for a soft setdown at LZ-1.

  • Grid fin waffle fries with a side of flamey spicy teateb + kerolox ranch.

  • Falcon 9 breaking through the speed of sound as it climbs toward space, targeting a sun-synchronous polar orbit with 88 spacecraft aboard.

  • Liftoff, SpaceX and the 45th Space Launch Delta find a hole in the weather to get the Transporter-2 mission off the ground.

  • Falcon 9's first stage (B1060) passing through the transsonic region once again returning from space an eighth time in a single calendar year.

  • SpaceX's second Transporter mission is scheduled to lift off at 2:56pm EDT carrying 88 spacecraft on a southerly trajectory from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

  • SpaceX's second Transporter mission is scheduled to lift off at 2:56pm EDT carrying 88 spacecraft on a southerly trajectory from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

  • Eight time flown soot.

  • After dropping off the second stage, the sooty sailor (B1060) will fly itself back to Cape Canaveral to perform a propulsive landing at LZ-1.

  • Eight time flown soot.

  • Collage of each of SpaceX's full-scale Starship prototypes to date.

  • Leg deploy. Coming in for a landing now.

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