Today’s special photo segment:
Ensemble of Atlas Rocket liftoff – 3/8/97
It really was 25 years ago today that I had the unique opportunity to see NASA at full force! Here is my experience of the Atlas IIA rocket mission number AC-128 at launch site CCAFS, SLC-36A to launch the Tempo 2-Comsat into orbit that was launched by NASA on 3/8/1997. In today’s special anniversary photo ensemble. I am featuring photos of NASA in Cape Canaveral, Florida, redone in a .GIF photo on .GIPHY. This is such a must see event for anyone into astronomy! I recommend everyone see one of these once in your lifetime, because it tops any fireworks finale, by far! How fast the rocket goes after the afterburner is activated and it goes into orbit. The rocket literally disappears in seconds, and it looks like a magic trick!! Shocking, absolutely shocking! Date – March 8, 1997.
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I shared an ensemble of photos on one blog post back on May 27, 2020: Facebook Party Wrap-Up: NASA Getting Ready in Minutes for Liftoff & Featured Photo: Ensemble of Liftoff Photos Atlas Rocket – March 1997 I, which included a NASA Liftoff Facebook Party: Archive Link: NASA Launch Blog Party: Went May 26 at 3:30 PM – May 27 at 4 PM.
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