On video: Rocket debris lights up sky over Edmonds

Debris from a Falcon 9 rocket second stage that did not successfully have a deorbit burn, as seen by My Edmonds News reader June at 9 p.m. March 25 in downtown Edmonds.

You can read more on the Falcon 9 here.



2 Replies to “On video: Rocket debris lights up sky over Edmonds”

  1. More pollution from Elon to join with the EV batteries which aren’t able to be recycled. Look into the history as to why his family was forced out of S. Africa


  2. I was coming over Blewett Pass almost directly underneath the reentry path; perfectly dark with bright stars and a sudden stream of fire across the sky. One of the most amazing things I’ve seen and I feel lucky to have been there. Pretty neat to think that some guy built something (obviously, many people, but still, a private corporation) and then it made such a wonderful display!


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