Spacex Moon and Sunrise  Just Incredible

Starlink Launch Photos Are

When SpaceX Launched

A new Starlink fleet into orbit last week, the rocket wasn't the only star. 

As SpaceX Prepared

Its ground-based tracking cameras for the early-morning Falcon 9 rocket launch from Florida on May 18,

Its Operators Snagged A Spectacular

View of the nearly full moon. Minutes later, the Falcon 9 launched 53 Starlink satellites to space from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 

SpaceX Production Manager Jessie

"What you're looking at on your screen is this incredible live shot of the being beincg captured by one of our tracking cameras at the Cape,"

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Jessie Anderson During Live Broadcast

"Now, these are the same cameras that we use to track Falcon 9 during launch, and today we're getting a bonus view of the moon, which looks pretty incredible there on your screen."

When SpaceX Launched The Starlink

Mission at 6:54 a.m. EDT (2254 GMT), one company photographer captured stunning views of the Falcon 9 with the rising sun. 

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