SpaceX Boecon 37 Heavy Test Flight

G’day lads, I hope y’all are doing okay and are all healthy! So, today I decided to fly out to outta space once again. The trip there was pretty smooth, took SpaceX’s new Boecon 37 Heavy, this trip was a test flight for the new spacecraft. We launched at 10 past 7 Eastern Daylight Time from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A and entered into a low earth orbit several minutes later. While in low-earth orbit, I captured these stunning photographs of the Flat Earth cough Round Earth. So, with that being said, I hope y’all enjoy these stunning pictures!


Flight Time: ~32-hours

Time: Multiple Different Times

Route: Cape Canaveral to Somewhere in the Ocean

Aircraft: SpaceX Boecon 37 Heavy

Airline: SpaceX Advertising Infinite Flight

Server: Solo


Lift-off of the SpaceX Boecon 37 Heavy

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The first of many sunsets on our mission

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Close-up shot of the Moon

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Beautiful view of the Flat Earth

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The following photographs are all from roughly the US West Coast

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Same as last time, just mention me if you’ve used something.


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I’m sorry, what?!


Anyway… these are great shots! Love the moon shot!

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That was just an all-up fake number of the entire flight time; thank you!

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Wow! Very nice collection of screenshots, I really enjoyed it them

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hope to see this used more often in space

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I do too, it’s an extremely good experience

I wanted to see a De Orbit burn and a re entry, Byut nice pics

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Certainly a big increase in passenger capacity, that’s getting close to 20x the capacity of the previous highest crew vehicle we have(space shuttle). What a great advancement!

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Wow! Those photos are out of this world. get it?

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Wow, these are awesome!

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Thanks! I had to concentrate more on the flight during those stages so I couldn’t get any pictures


It definitely is


@Nefarious, thank you!

@MJP_27, yeah I get it, pretty good joke not gonna lie lol, thank you!

@Aero, thank you!

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I accidentally read the ~32 hour flight time as negative 32

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Alright sir, Alt F4 please.

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