All posts by: Trevor Mahlmann

Falcon 9 is ready to loft Intelsat Galaxy 33 & 34 to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) tonight between a window open of 7:07pm and close of 8:14pm. Below is a 511 megapixel (11,887 × 35,278px) panorama of the stack at SLC-40 in...
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Hello! My name is Trevor Mahlmann. I am a professional photographer and I specialize in graduation photography at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus. I am gearing up for the Spring 2023 graduation season and have an incredibly easy process for booking...
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A 627.14 megapixel (14,390 x 43,582 px) panorama of the ULA Atlas V in the 4 meter fairing, 2 side booster, and 1 upper-stage centaur engine configuration on August 3rd, 2022 ready to launchh the SBIRS GEO-6 mission. SBIRS uses...
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Hello! My name is Trevor Mahlmann. I am a professional photographer and I specialize in spring graduation photography! I have captured graduation photos since May 2017 at Purdue in West Lafayette, and Spring 2020 at IU, and am excited to...
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Hello! My name is Trevor Mahlmann. I am a professional photographer and I specialize in graduation photography at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus. I am gearing up for the Spring 2022 graduation season and have an incredibly easy process for booking...
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Today, my friend John Kraus and I went up to Titusville, Florida and staked out a spot where we thought we might be able to catch a United States Air Force C-17A Globemaster III landing at the Shuttle Landing Facility,...
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So I’ve just returned home from my 2 week trip to Florida for SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy STP-2 launch and NASA’s Orion Ascent Abort-2 test. It was the first trip in my Tesla Model 3, and it couldn’t have gone better....
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My, my how the tables have turned! Today I am saying goodbye to an old friend and hello to the future. I became a professional photographer in January 2017, taking the leap of faith and dropping out of school to...
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Here is a fun little video I made with some 120fps video I recorded from the roof of NASA’s Vehicle Assembly Building. Hopefully this will tide you over while we wait ~3 more weeks for the launch of the STP-2...
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So, you want to view / photograph the Starlink satellites in the night sky? You’ve come to the right place! You’ll want to be quick, because each day that passes — the satellites get farther and farther apart from each...
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