Viewing Monday’s Antares launch along the East Coast

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A detailed viewing guide for watching Monday’s scheduled Antares launch of Cygnus from Wallops Island, Virginia.

The launch is scheduled for 6:45 pm (Eastern), which means this is a nighttime launch and will be spectacular to view all along the East Coast.


One comment

  • Keith

    I stood on the side of a field in a not so pleasant area of New Jersey with my binoculars to watch this launch that never happened. I got a lot of weird looks from passersby who not doubt wondered why I was there.

    Now, I see that there was a boat in the safety area, so the launch is now at 6:11 pm tomorrow. Unfortunately, the forecast is for clouds at that time in my area.

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