10 historic images of rocket launches: Each is unique
Jeremy SVilla ... You need a tripod and a camera that lets you adjust the settings manually. Here's some pictures i took of the night sky in Tennessee: http://davewirth.blogspot.com/2012/01/tennessee-new-year.html For these pictures i left the lens open between 25 and 50 seconds. If you have a basic point and shoot digital camera set the exposure time to it's maximum. Which on a lot of popular cameras is 10 seconds. You also might have a Night or Firework setting on your camera that could work.
But to get good pictures you need a longer exposure time, 30 seconds would be best. And make sure the camera doesn't move or else it will come out blurry. If you own a Canon camera look up CHDK:http://davewirth.blogspot.com/2011/09/chdk.html It expands your Canon camera's hardware possibilities.