@Slooh This one's for you, Slooh!
Last night's SpaceX Falcon9 launch from Vandenberg AFB in California. Given my location far from SoCal light pollution, I was able to blend a brief time-lapse of both the launch and a little of our own galaxy. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/VW02JM5utS
SpaceX does launch from Vandenberg AFB in California and has done so four times in 2018 with at most five more by the end of the year. It also launches from Florida. This payload/mission affects which location they choose to launch from.
Should the script on the SpaceX site have the launch window time display the local time of the launchlocation? (i.e If launch is in Florida, display EST/EDT, if launch is in California, display PST/PDT)
NASA has launch sites in Alabama and Florida and uses U.S. Military launch sites in Georgia, Virginia, New Mexico and other locations. The succes rate for sattelites and rockets making it into orbit are quite high unlike California's SpaceX and there exploding rockets.