Long exposure single frame image. Time of exposure was 329 seconds using a 20mm lens, set to F16 and ISO64.
About this image... Artemis first rolled out back in March of 2021 for dress rehearsals so that technicians could learn and rehearse all the launch procedures. Then again in 2022 for "wet" rehearsals for loading and test firing. Finally in May for its first launch attempt which was scrubbed due to hydrogen leaks and sensor malfunctions. A second attempt which was scrubbed due to another hydrogen leak. Then hurricane Ian interrupted the scheduled launch. It was delayed a few more days because of hurricane Ian. The 4th attempt on November 16th it was due to launch at 1:04am but due to a hydrogen leak and a radar station going down it was delayed until 1:47am at which time Artemis successfully launched. It can't be stated enough the patience, tenacity and persevering it takes to be a rocket photographer, to find a location and sit there guarding it from the hundreds and thousands of other photographers and spectators who want to be as close as possible to the launch. Sit there through all the trials and errors, scrubbed missions, mosquito bites and fire ants, rain, fog, condensation building up on your equipment, dead batteries, forgotten SD cards and even almost sleeping through one of the launch attempt. But when the magic happens, and the moment arrives and it's more awe-inspiring than your imagination could ever conceive --that's what makes it all worthwhile and drives you to do it again!
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