Managed to catch the SpaceX launch of more Starlink satellites this morning.
Also participating in the show were four planets in the early morning sky: Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn.
A couple minutes or so after the launch, we spotted the Falcon 9 plume.
This was shortly after the second stage separation and fairing separation. The two small specks of light close to each other are the two fairing halves. The third speck of light just behind and below the other two is the booster stage on its way back to the barge off the South Carolina coast. The speck of light above the rocket plume is Mars.
This shows the fairing halves and first stage booster a little better (lower right). Also visible are Venus and Jupiter in the lower left of the image. The larger blob of light above and to the left of the second stage rocket is just internal reflection of a street light across the street.
Always neat to see a rocket streaking by.