Great looking launch. The sky was clear and it was easy to see separation and re-orientation of the boosters as well as the mid-flight booster burn. I was too far away to see the landings, though. The rumble hit a minute after launch and lasted for minutes. Got rumbling and sonic booms from the landing.
Got an okay picture of the pre-separation burn:
I still need to find a way to properly capture the beauty of the post separation phase. I think next time I'm not doing a time exposure, I'll have to drag out the tripod anyway and try an even longer exposure:
From the live-stream, it sounded like they got proper landings from both boosters and did not have a successful landing from the core.
NASA’s next billion-dollar mission, called Dragonfly, will be an innovative quadcopter to explore Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, the agency announced today. The craft will soar and hover over the icy moon’s surface—and land on it—in a search for the conditions and chemistry that could foster life. (Science)
This was a pretty good summary video. Interspersed with some stuff that was probably from some of the original "pitches" for it (some didn't happen, like there was no "arm" to move the LEM to the front).