Range Tracking

DM-2


I missed the historic return of crewed spaceflight to the United States achieved by NASA and SpaceX with the DM-2 mission carrying two astronauts to the International Space Station. Deterred by the bad weather forecast and a bit of laziness brought on by the weekend, I decided to stay close to home in the chance of the launch being postponed but leaving open the option of getting some long distance shots. Sadly, neither came to pass as the rocket lifted off on-time, my hopes of getting long distance photos faded with the massive storm cell passing through that blocked any chance of my seeing the launch. I am very disappointed. For an image we will have to make do with these two screen grabs snatched from NASA TV of the launch.

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