This is a 16-second time exposure of the International Space Station passing above Tomahawk Hall and the bright planet Venus. The 2 stars just above the track are Castor and Pollux of the constellation Gemini.
Here an Atlas rocket assembly on the pad at Cape Canaveral in preparation for a launch by United Launch Alliance gets the payload loaded at the top of the stack.
This is an image of a launch by ULA from Cape Canaveral as seen from the south balcony of Tomahawk Hall. You can see where the rocket's exhaust brightens when the trajectory brings the rocket above the Earth's curvature and into the direct rays of the rising Sun.
Another time lapse of the ISS, this time passing through Orion's Belt.
Inaugural launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy as seen from my backyard. A night time launch would be more spectacular but, meh....
This is the second launch of Falcon Heavy. A bit better pic but not much to write home about.
A launch by United Launch Alliance last month. During the time lapse, a plane flew through the field of view. The celestial object is an unknown planet or star. I should have done my homework.