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Passenger spotted the incredible launch of space X while in flight.

A SpaceX rocket launch as seen from a plane in images.

Passenger spotted the incredible launch of space X while in flight.

One of the passengers on board a United Airlines plane flying over Florida’s Cape Canaveral was able to observe a very uncommon sight while flying near the rocket launch at the space center.

It was shared on Nick Leimbach’s personal Twitter account, where you can see the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket taking off from the NASA Kennedy Space Center. Leimbach is an NBC photojournalist.

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Leimbach referred to it as “one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen.”

At 12:25 pm, the plane departed from Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC, and touched down approximately 3.5 hours later in George Town, Cayman Islands.

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At the ideal time, its flight path exactly intersected NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. At 2:20 p.m. local time, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket blasted out from Launch Complex 39A with an unmanned Dragon spacecraft hauling supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.

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