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Hope you all had a nice thanksgiving with friends, family, or both! Wanted to sum up the deals I have going on for my prints, calendars, and more for Black Friday this year in one post! All coupon codes will...
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After launching from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 3:14 AM on August 29th, delivering critical food, water, and science experiments to the astronauts throughout the month of September, on the morning of September 30th, at 9:13 AM Eastern...
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After a move of house, I’ve got 37 General Edition and 57 Starship Edition 2021 Calendars lying around that didn’t end up selling! I was ultimately going to recycle these 2021 Calendars since they didn’t sell but I thought there’s...
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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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G’day mates — exciting news! Fellow launch photographer, Brady Kenniston and I are headed to New Zealand this weekend to document Rocket Lab’s NASA ElaNa-19 mission! Brady and I have traveled to launches in both California and Florida before, but this...
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Christmas, is calling you home🙂 This weekend, I had the privilege of watching my image appear in the background during the annual Purdue Christmas Show, right after the Santa reveal! I have known about the Show for a few years...
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It looks like SpaceX performed a more aggressive boostback burn, almost a boostdown, during the SAOCOM-1A mission. Here’s my analysis of the mission, using pre/post-launch FlightClub data, SpaceX webcast information, and my on-site photos. What is FlightClub, you ask? FlightClub is an...
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