All systems go: How launch photographer Ben Cooper catches rockets in flight



I was three when Apollo 11 touched down on the moon, and I grew up watching with great interest the space program ebb and flow with the times. And like most young kids I knew back then, I also became an enthusiast model rocket builder. But until I saw an actual rocket launch from Cape Canaveral about ten years ago during the twilight years of the space shuttle program, I'd never had any real comprehension of the magnitude of the power those launch rockets actually put forth.

Through the years of heading to NASA's astronomy page…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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