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Pictures taken on 11/12/17

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David dressed a little warmer this time
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Joe did all the driving, which was awesome, and also left the trip out and back kind of a blur in my mind
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We were significantly closer this time. Just 2.15 miles away. Almost too close..
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Gorgeous lighting
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Watching the sun rise was nice
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Rocket at sunrise
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The colors kept changing so drastically that I kept shooting
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There's the sun!
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Beautiful sky. Gross water. There were dead animals and stuff floating in it
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Joe perched at the end of the pier. He sacrificed a shot of ignition for a great shot of liftoff with a tree in the foreground
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I stood next to that irritated guy on the right with the sunglasses. He was pretty grumpy
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Don't fall in, Joe!
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Now that's a beautiful sight
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Antares crawls off the launchpad
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Rocket launches never get old
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Look at that exhaust plume!
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Liquid engines climb so slowly at first!
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Into the clouds
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A quick peek back at the pad to see the expanding cloud of steam
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Antares cuts a path through the clouds
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I think David enjoyed his first rocket launch
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Back to the car!
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This Antares is smaller
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Sounding rockets at the Wallops visitor center
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Hey I watched this launch to the moon!
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I really want to touch it
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Ax does too
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The Cygnus spacecraft was named after Gene Cernan
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Ax is an astronaut
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I pose with Little Joe
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This camera was a little closer than we were
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Rock: Get curious! Sign: Not that curious
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They were just giving these out afterwards. Neat
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