The first sun rays of the day lit up in a spectacular way the exhaust gases produced by the Falcon 9.
This 13 of June, the launch the rocket Falcon 9 SpaceX from Cape Canaveral, USA, was captured in stunning images by the local residents.
The take-off took place a little over an hour before sunrise in Florida. The light of the Sun was beginning to show in the sky, and its rays lit up in a spectacular way the exhaust gases produced by the rocket while I stood in the atmosphere.
“What a sight to see this morning! “I am glad to have been awake for this!”, wrote one user of Twitter to post stunning images of the phenomenon.
“I just see a launch of SpaceX from the beach and it was great,” remarked another.
“The launch of this morning, before the morning, 60 other satellite Internet Starlink (and a couple of others) resulted in an amazing ‘effect of twilight’ that filled the sky of the east,” tweeted a user.
“The take-off 63 minutes before sunrise and another beautiful sight as you arrive in the light of the Sun, Falcon 9 takes 58 other satellites Starlink and three satellites Planet-Imaging of the orbit from Cape Canaveral, in the early hours of Saturday,” posted another.
Lifting off 63 minutes before sunrise and putting on another beautiful show as it hits sunlight downrange, Falcon 9 takes another 58 Starlink and three Planet earth-imaging satellites into orbit from Cape Canaveral early Saturday morning. pic.twitter.com/YvBDCrLqaH
— Ben Cooper (@LaunchPhoto) June 13, 2020
“The cloud noctilucente the launch of SpaceX this morning, the view through Florida in Ft Myers,” said a tweeter.
The rocket placed in orbit a new batch of 58 minisatellites Starlink, in the framework of the deployment of the global network of Internet coverage that made that company, as well as three observation satellites of the Earth, of the company Planet.