The passengers on the United Airlines plane were able to see a rocket lift off from the Kennedy Space Center, far below.

An angle that puts the spectacle into perspective is found in the video shared by NBC photojournalist Nick Leimbach, which shows the tiny white rocket blasting off and gaining altitude at a dazzling rate, leaving behind a massive cloud of dust and Vapor.

One of the best things I've seen.

Right Time, Right Place

The flight left Dulles International airport in Washington, DC at 12:14 pm and arrived in George Town in the Cayman Islands around 3.5 hours later.

It crossed NASA's Kennedy Space Center at the right time. The uncrewed Dragon spaceship was on top of the Falcon 9 rocket when it took off from Launch Complex 39A.

The Moon Microscope is a small device that astronauts can use to collect blood samples and analyze them. Future astronauts will be able to use a tool to diagnose blood samples on the Moon or Mars.

Not every passenger on a commercial airliner can see such a sight. It is possible that he was at the right place at the right time.

The video of the moon rocket launch is revenge porn.