New pictures from NASA show a camera getting toasted and roasted during a SpaceX launch.
A NASA photographer set up a bunch of cameras to capture last week’s launce from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
But the launch started a brush fire, which as you can see, overtakes and melts the camera, which kept on taking pictures until the very end.
The camera was about a quarter-mile from the launch site. Interestingly enough, it was the furthest camera away from the site.
The camera was later found completely charred. But the memory card was still intact.