Suborbital Space Flight: New Shepard
( New Shepard is a reusable suborbital rocket system designed to take astronauts and research payloads past the Kármán line – the internationally recognized boundary of space. The flight is about 11 minutes. It is named after Mercury astronaut Alan Shepard, the first American to go to space. New Shepard launches from the high West Texas desert.)
Photo credit: Blue Origin| New Shepard
Amazon, Blue, Turquoise, Green, Flower, Silver/Mirror, Tropical area and water
The sketches captured the rocket shape and the smoke, (upside down) and the X on the scaffolding. Some of the descriptors that might be relevant: cross (roads), bold, wind swept, western, blackened? (seems like the ground might be scorched), summery, dusty, dry, pedestal-like, scaley/flakey?(tower), gold(x2), satellite.
AOL: Rocket launch! Just did it this evening so after the feedback was up unfortunately.
I saw the tower, similar to radio or television antenna.
Other relevant characteristics were: electric pylon, cables, electricity.
Also I saw the round structure similar to stadium.
I think I missed this one. Got “cloud dynamics” but that was in the sky, not rocket exhaust, I got a remote island beach paradise in the sunset, not a rocket launch pad, even though the flame cloud/burning jet has a sort of “bright sunlight” color and intensity to it. Still not enough descriptive words and visions to call this a hit. I hope I’ll do better next time.