August 12th, 2018, 3:35 am. A ULA’s Delta IV Heavy rocket carrying the Parker Solar Probe to the Sun crosses the Miami Sky, defying the city lights. Long exposure shot from the Miami’s Biscayne Bay two minutes after liftoff.
       
     
 The historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, Feb 6th, 2018, from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.
       
     
 A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     
 A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     
 SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff on its first demonstration flight Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     
 Feb 6th, 2018. SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff leaving an immense condensation smoke on its first demonstration flight.
       
     
 SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket liftoff from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on its historic first demonstration flight last Feb 6th, 2018 
       
     
 Falcon Heavy rips through the clouds during its ascent to orbit seconds after liftoff.
       
     
 A sense of scale of the SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket can be appreciated when a photographer sets its remote camera at the main tower of Launch Pad 39A - Kennedy Space Center.
       
     
 Feb 5, 2018. Photographers from different media set up their remote cameras outside Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in preparation for SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch.
       
     
 Feb 5th, 2018. Photographers from different media gear up and get ready to board KSC buses to set up remote cameras before the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket.
       
     
 January 12, 2018. A reused SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket with its Dragon Capsule remain in horizontal position at Launch complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, a day before its CRS-13 resupply mission to the International Space Station.
       
     
 January 12, 2018. While a SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and a Dragon capsule on top remain horizontal at Launch Complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, photographers from different media set up their remote cameras in preparation for launch.
       
     
 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     
 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     
       
     
 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is seen during its landing burn before landing at LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     
 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket deploy its landing gear seconds before landing at SpaceX’s LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     
 Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station answer questions to reporters after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)
       
     
 Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station shake hands after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)
       
     
 Feb 11, 2015. A SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off during sunset from complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center carrying DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory) satellite into orbit.
       
     
 The VAB (Vehicle Assembly Building) at the Kennedy Space Center
       
     
 Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) separation can be seen during the the sunset lift off of Space Shuttle Discovery’s STS-119 mission to the International Space Station. March 15th, 2009.
       
     
 March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).
       
     
 March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).
       
     
 May 16th, 2011. Kennedy Space Center. Space Shuttle Endeavor lifts off for the last time on its STS-134 mission towards the International Space Station
       
     
 Astronaut Soichi Noguchi, from Japan, talking to the media after the successful launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133).
       
     
 March 9, 2011. The crew of Space Shuttle Discovery (Steven Lindsey, Eric Boe, Nicole Stott, Alvin Drew, Michael Barratt and Stephen Bowen) talk to the media at the Press Site of the Kennedy Space Center just hours after landing from their STS-133 mission.
       
     
 Endeavor’s STS-134 Crew, from right left to right: Mission Specialists Gregory Chamitoff, Andrew Feustel, Roberto Vittory, Michael Fincke, Pilot Gregory Johnson and Commander Mark Kelly
       
     
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Atlantis Uncover.jpg
       
     
 Space Shuttle Discovery's last flight - STS 133, as seen from the Press Site at the Kennedy Space Center
       
     
 July 8th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time. STS-135 was the last mission of the Space Shuttle program.
       
     
 Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.
       
     
 Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.
       
     
 March 9, 2011. The  Shuttle Training Aircraft  (STA), a NASA modified GulfStream plane used by astronauts to simulate shuttle landings, flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility to check the weather and wind conditions before Space Shuttle Discovery’s final approach and landing (STS-133).
       
     
 March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery soars through the clouds before its final landing at the Kennedy Space Center, FL.
       
     
 March 9th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis lands for the last time at the Shuttle Landing Facility of the Kennedy Space Center after its last successful mission (STS-133).
       
     
 Final Towing of Space Shuttle Atlantis from the runway to the Orbiter Processing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center (STS 135)
       
     
 March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center just a few hours after landing and completing its final mission (STS-133).
       
     
 Space Shuttle Atlantis up close and personal after landing at the Kennedy Space Center. STS-135.
       
     
 July 21s, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis poses for photographers a few hours after landing from its last mission (STS-135) at the Kennedy Space Center.
       
     
 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     
 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     
 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     
 August 12th, 2018, 3:35 am. A ULA’s Delta IV Heavy rocket carrying the Parker Solar Probe to the Sun crosses the Miami Sky, defying the city lights. Long exposure shot from the Miami’s Biscayne Bay two minutes after liftoff.
       
     

August 12th, 2018, 3:35 am. A ULA’s Delta IV Heavy rocket carrying the Parker Solar Probe to the Sun crosses the Miami Sky, defying the city lights. Long exposure shot from the Miami’s Biscayne Bay two minutes after liftoff.

 The historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, Feb 6th, 2018, from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.
       
     

The historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, Feb 6th, 2018, from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center.

 A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     

A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.

 A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     

A close up view of the historic launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket from Pad 39A a the Kennedy Space Center, Feb 6th, 2018.

 SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff on its first demonstration flight Feb 6th, 2018.
       
     

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff on its first demonstration flight Feb 6th, 2018.

 Feb 6th, 2018. SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff leaving an immense condensation smoke on its first demonstration flight.
       
     

Feb 6th, 2018. SpaceX's Falcon Heavy clears the tower after liftoff leaving an immense condensation smoke on its first demonstration flight.

 SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket liftoff from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on its historic first demonstration flight last Feb 6th, 2018 
       
     

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket liftoff from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on its historic first demonstration flight last Feb 6th, 2018 

 Falcon Heavy rips through the clouds during its ascent to orbit seconds after liftoff.
       
     

Falcon Heavy rips through the clouds during its ascent to orbit seconds after liftoff.

 A sense of scale of the SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket can be appreciated when a photographer sets its remote camera at the main tower of Launch Pad 39A - Kennedy Space Center.
       
     

A sense of scale of the SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket can be appreciated when a photographer sets its remote camera at the main tower of Launch Pad 39A - Kennedy Space Center.

 Feb 5, 2018. Photographers from different media set up their remote cameras outside Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in preparation for SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch.
       
     

Feb 5, 2018. Photographers from different media set up their remote cameras outside Launch Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in preparation for SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch.

 Feb 5th, 2018. Photographers from different media gear up and get ready to board KSC buses to set up remote cameras before the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket.
       
     

Feb 5th, 2018. Photographers from different media gear up and get ready to board KSC buses to set up remote cameras before the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket.

 January 12, 2018. A reused SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket with its Dragon Capsule remain in horizontal position at Launch complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, a day before its CRS-13 resupply mission to the International Space Station.
       
     

January 12, 2018. A reused SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket with its Dragon Capsule remain in horizontal position at Launch complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, a day before its CRS-13 resupply mission to the International Space Station.

 January 12, 2018. While a SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and a Dragon capsule on top remain horizontal at Launch Complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, photographers from different media set up their remote cameras in preparation for launch.
       
     

January 12, 2018. While a SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and a Dragon capsule on top remain horizontal at Launch Complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center, photographers from different media set up their remote cameras in preparation for launch.

 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     

A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)

 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     

A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)

       
     
SpaceX CRS 13

Photographing the launch of SpaceX’s CRS-13 mission from the roof of the VAB building at the Kennedy Space Center

 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is seen during its landing burn before landing at LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     

A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is seen during its landing burn before landing at LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)

 A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket deploy its landing gear seconds before landing at SpaceX’s LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)
       
     

A previously used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket deploy its landing gear seconds before landing at SpaceX’s LZ1 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and approximately 8 minutes after liftoff from SLC-40 complex at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a reused Dragon capsule with more than 4,800 pounds of cargo to resupply the International Space Station on its CRS-13 mission. Dec 15, 2017 (for LaPresse.it)

 Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station answer questions to reporters after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)
       
     

Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station answer questions to reporters after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)

 Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station shake hands after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)
       
     

Post Launch Press Conference: Jessica Jensen, Dragon Project Manager and Ven Fang, Manager of the Transportation Integration Office for the International Space Station shake hands after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule to the ISS (Dec 15th, 2017, CRS-13, for LaPresse.it)

 Feb 11, 2015. A SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off during sunset from complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center carrying DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory) satellite into orbit.
       
     

Feb 11, 2015. A SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off during sunset from complex SLC-40 at the Kennedy Space Center carrying DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory) satellite into orbit.

 The VAB (Vehicle Assembly Building) at the Kennedy Space Center
       
     

The VAB (Vehicle Assembly Building) at the Kennedy Space Center

 Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) separation can be seen during the the sunset lift off of Space Shuttle Discovery’s STS-119 mission to the International Space Station. March 15th, 2009.
       
     

Solid Rocket Booster (SRB) separation can be seen during the the sunset lift off of Space Shuttle Discovery’s STS-119 mission to the International Space Station. March 15th, 2009.

 March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).
       
     

March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).

 March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).
       
     

March 10, 2011. Roll out of Space Shuttle Endeavor from the VAB building to the Launch Pad before its last mission (STS-134).

 May 16th, 2011. Kennedy Space Center. Space Shuttle Endeavor lifts off for the last time on its STS-134 mission towards the International Space Station
       
     

May 16th, 2011. Kennedy Space Center. Space Shuttle Endeavor lifts off for the last time on its STS-134 mission towards the International Space Station

 Astronaut Soichi Noguchi, from Japan, talking to the media after the successful launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133).
       
     

Astronaut Soichi Noguchi, from Japan, talking to the media after the successful launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-133).

 March 9, 2011. The crew of Space Shuttle Discovery (Steven Lindsey, Eric Boe, Nicole Stott, Alvin Drew, Michael Barratt and Stephen Bowen) talk to the media at the Press Site of the Kennedy Space Center just hours after landing from their STS-133 mission.
       
     

March 9, 2011. The crew of Space Shuttle Discovery (Steven Lindsey, Eric Boe, Nicole Stott, Alvin Drew, Michael Barratt and Stephen Bowen) talk to the media at the Press Site of the Kennedy Space Center just hours after landing from their STS-133 mission.

 Endeavor’s STS-134 Crew, from right left to right: Mission Specialists Gregory Chamitoff, Andrew Feustel, Roberto Vittory, Michael Fincke, Pilot Gregory Johnson and Commander Mark Kelly
       
     

Endeavor’s STS-134 Crew, from right left to right: Mission Specialists Gregory Chamitoff, Andrew Feustel, Roberto Vittory, Michael Fincke, Pilot Gregory Johnson and Commander Mark Kelly

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Atlantis Uncover.jpg
       
     
 Space Shuttle Discovery's last flight - STS 133, as seen from the Press Site at the Kennedy Space Center
       
     

Space Shuttle Discovery's last flight - STS 133, as seen from the Press Site at the Kennedy Space Center

 July 8th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time. STS-135 was the last mission of the Space Shuttle program.
       
     

July 8th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time. STS-135 was the last mission of the Space Shuttle program.

 Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.
       
     

Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.

 Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.
       
     

Space Shuttle Atlantis Lifts-Off the the last time - STS135. This was the last Shuttle mission.

 March 9, 2011. The  Shuttle Training Aircraft  (STA), a NASA modified GulfStream plane used by astronauts to simulate shuttle landings, flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility to check the weather and wind conditions before Space Shuttle Discovery’s final approach and landing (STS-133).
       
     

March 9, 2011. The Shuttle Training Aircraft (STA), a NASA modified GulfStream plane used by astronauts to simulate shuttle landings, flies over the Shuttle Landing Facility to check the weather and wind conditions before Space Shuttle Discovery’s final approach and landing (STS-133).

 March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery soars through the clouds before its final landing at the Kennedy Space Center, FL.
       
     

March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery soars through the clouds before its final landing at the Kennedy Space Center, FL.

 March 9th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis lands for the last time at the Shuttle Landing Facility of the Kennedy Space Center after its last successful mission (STS-133).
       
     

March 9th, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis lands for the last time at the Shuttle Landing Facility of the Kennedy Space Center after its last successful mission (STS-133).

 Final Towing of Space Shuttle Atlantis from the runway to the Orbiter Processing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center (STS 135)
       
     

Final Towing of Space Shuttle Atlantis from the runway to the Orbiter Processing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center (STS 135)

 March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center just a few hours after landing and completing its final mission (STS-133).
       
     

March 9, 2011. Space Shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center just a few hours after landing and completing its final mission (STS-133).

 Space Shuttle Atlantis up close and personal after landing at the Kennedy Space Center. STS-135.
       
     

Space Shuttle Atlantis up close and personal after landing at the Kennedy Space Center. STS-135.

 July 21s, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis poses for photographers a few hours after landing from its last mission (STS-135) at the Kennedy Space Center.
       
     

July 21s, 2011. Space Shuttle Atlantis poses for photographers a few hours after landing from its last mission (STS-135) at the Kennedy Space Center.

 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     

Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.

 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     

Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.

 Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.
       
     

Space Shuttle Discovery on top of the SAC (Shuttle Aircraft Carrier - a modified Boeing 747) leaving Kennedy Space Center to its final destination in Washington DC, the Smithsonian Museum.