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You are making a couple inaccurate assumptions. First - if you are asking about the initial suborbital phases of a launch, that depends entirely on the launch time vs. day/night at your location. Next, once the payload gets its final "main" boost, it will be ballistic for nearly the entire flight to Mars. As such, if you know where to look, it ...


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There were several observations made, in radar and in visible, but none from when the spacecraft were on or near the surface of the Moon itself. Communication could be heard by third party observers, but they were far too small to actually be seen. However, it is much easier to see an object when it doesn't have a cluttered background, even if small. A ...


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