As I mentioned, my friend Kristen lives south of Cape Canaveral - and on the beach. She sees many a launch without leaving her back patio or the shore.
This launch was no different, except that it happened at 01:00.
While I'd love have seen that launch, I'd have been asleep hours before. Perhaps the rumble would have awoken me.
....oh that's a lie.
Even yesterday I overslept, which is almost never the case. And not by a little, but by about two hours. I mean, luckily I was on day two of jury duty, so my day started later than if I were going to work.
....and I got texted at 'the duty' because apparently I set up my blog to post at the wrong time.
Still, to see the most powerful rocket launch ever must have been something to hear, feel, see.
Honestly, I haven't read a lot about it, but I'm assuming since I've seen no headlines otherwise, that it didn't blow up (ooooh, they found Challenger debris in the Atlantic - like decades later) and I haven't heard of any snafus........so maybe all is good
This seems to be all NASA and no MUSK. That makes me happy. I'd say it doesn't take a lot, but we all know that. is a big fat lie.
Song by: Def Leppard