Tested: How To Photograph a NASA Rocket Launch! 5 months ago

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While attending the NASA Insight rocket launch recently, we have our first opportunity to set up a remote camera to photograph the nighttime launch. Norm goes over his gear used for his setup and the excitement of leaving that gear so close to a rocket in hopes to capturing a photo of the blast off!

Shot and edited by Norman Chan
Thanks to Trace Dominguez from Seeker for helping with filming!

Rocket launch video courtesy NASA

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