Ingalls explains that he had six remote locations that included two outside the launch pad and four on the inside. The remote cameras are created to automatically capture stunning up-close images once the thunderous roar of the rocket is heard. Fortunately, for posterity, the memory card was not damaged in the fire.
Chris Froome joins greats with Giro d’Italia victory
I had a couple of crashes earlier on, was in a lot of pain and struggling to feel myself after the crashes. He rode a special pink-colored bike for the final stage, while his Team Sky teammates had pink handlebars.
Yet that is exactly what happened after NASA photographer Bill Ingalls placed one of his remote cameras outside the launch safety perimeter.
"Unfortunately, the launch started a grass fire that toasted one of the cameras outside the perimeter", he said in a post on NASA's website. The body started to melt. Interestingly enough, it was the furthest camera away from the site.
Thankfully, it is not the end for the piece of kit, which will receive posthumous glory as it is likely to be displayed at the NASA headquarters in Washington DC. But when he returned to retrieve it, firefighters were waiting.
Tesla working on all-wheel drive twin-engine Model 3
That crash is the third accident in recent months that has occurred when a Tesla was in the semiautonomous driving mode. The company is targeting a Model 3 production rate of 5,000 units per week by the end of the April-June 2018 quarter.
A NASA photographer was able to salvage a camera's memory card and watch the final moments before the device was engulfed in flames while filming a launch at a California air base.
Ingalls aptly named it "toasty". Meanwhile, Ingalls himself will soon travel to Kazakhstan to photograph the June 3 landing of the International Space Station's Expedition 55 crew.
The heavy brush around the camera is to blame. It appears that first, the plastic glare shield that extends in front of the lens softened and drooped over the lens. When the rocket launched, the resulting blast started a fire that quickly spread out beyond the boundaries of the launch zone.
Trump's 'Fake' Source Turns Out To Be White House Official
Trump has repeatedly criticized using unnamed sources and labeled data related by unnamed officers "pretend information". It also lent credence to "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl's recent remarks about Trump's real anti-media agenda.
Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say
Barr introduces Moore as "the philosophical opposite" to Trump. "Good riddance", he tweeted about the "Roseanne" cancellation . Trump wrote that Iger never called him to apologize for "the disgusting statements" that have been said about him on ABC.
Virginia set to expand Medicaid in policy win for Democrats
The GOP stranglehold on the House was the primary barrier to adopting the Medicaid expansion provision of the Affordable Care Act. Virginia's plan would tax hospitals to generate revenue for the state's 10 percent share of the roughly $2 billion annual cost.