Maurer tweeted: “Can you spot the ‘Crew Dragon Freedom’ on the launch pad in this image from NASA’s Kennedy station? I took this while waiting for Crew-4 to launch.”
This photo shows the coast of Florida covered in fluffy clouds. Finding the Crew Dragon to launch four new visitors to the International Space Station at the end of April requires a keen eye and some understanding of the layout of the Kennedy Space Center.
SpaceX launched the Crew Dragon mission for NASA from Launch Site 39A, the historic site for multiple Apollo and Space Shuttle missions. The foreign technology media CNET tracked the location of the launch pad by zooming in and comparing, and the red mark is the location.