4K Tracking – SpaceX Falcon 9 w/ Starlink 4-18

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Cameras: Nikon P1000 w/ Celestron 6SE & Nikon P900
Filmed by: Reds Rhetoric
Date: 5/18/2022

24 comments
  1. Great to see some videos from you Reds! Thank you. Hope you’re doing well 🤙🏻

  2. yes… more rubbish to orbit. i just can't get excited knowing, we'll be looking at those sats instead of stars.
    nice footage though 😉

  3. A P900 filming a P1000 filming a rocket, how can this be fake…?

    Another good one Reds, thanks!

  4. Great to see posting again Reds👍👍 fantastic footage as always👏👏👏👏👏

  5. what a sight! wish i could see it live myself, sigh …

    flatearth question: when they say that every kg of cargo is so costly,
    why do they carry so much chemicals for those chemtrails on that launch? LOL

  6. So this is why I got an email today from Starlink saying my order could finally be processed for their internet.

  7. Just bending down to pick up my jaw I dropped! Stunning footage Red! Thank you!

  8. I don't care how busy I am, or how tired I am after an extremely long stressful day, anytime you have a new rocket launch, I'm stopping to watch it.

    Thanks dude and keep it up the awesome work 🤘🏼🤘🏼

  9. I feel like I've died and gone to heaven with this sudden burst of videos from you. Keep up the good work.

  10. I've got 5 bucks that says flat earthers try to use the bird around 6:10 to call this CGI or something. They are going to say they can't see it on the other camera view, not realizing how zoomed in you are with the tracking camera. I hope JM tries to debunk this one also…that was my favorite.

  11. Excellent job, Reds! Love how you include the footage of the camera tracking the rocket.

  12. I’ve heard more about you being and not being a plumber in the past week or two (mctoon debates) than since the joke actually dropped 😐 haha welcome back! And to confuse the flerfs I bet there was just so much plumbing work to do you had to take a break from yt. 😂

  13. Very nice, is that using the same technique as autoguiding like we do with deep sky imaging?

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