Re: An Interesting Photo Of A SpaceX Launch At Rhe Moment Of Engine Start


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Message posted by Vern Moore on January 02, 2018 at 14:29:23 PST:

I just thought that a "doughnuts on a rope" contrail going over the launch site right at the moment of engine start might cause some people to wonder "Would they really do that?"

I know they did with the Apollo launches being tracked and photographed aloft by RF-4Cs and SR-71s. Could the "doughnuts on a rope" aircraft thought to exist by many people on this site be tasked with similar missions?

This isn't the first SpaceX launch where I've seen video of such a contrail right over the launch site at liftoff, but it's the first still photo I've seen.

Vern


In Reply to: Re: An Interesting Photo Of A SpaceX Launch At Rhe Moment Of Engine Start posted by Gregos on January 01, 2018 at 20:41:09 PST:

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