Keep your eyes on the sky and you can see a scene coming up Rocket launch at NASA’s Wallops Airport In East Virginia.
Northrop Croomman’s Andreas rocket is scheduled to launch at the Eastern Space Station on Tuesday at 5:56 p.m.
As long as the sky is clear, NASA says the launch will be visible to people in the Mid-Atlantic and other parts of eastern America.
Best places to see
If you are on vacation in Delaware, Maryland or Virginia this week, the space agency recommends six key locations in those states:
- Wallops Visitor Center on Wallops Island in Virginia
- Singoteek, Singoteek Island in Virginia
- Azadic Island in Maryland is the National Sea
- Ocean City in Maryland
- Delaware Beach and Fenwick Island State Park in Delaware
- Virginia Beach in Virginia
When to see
The map above shows how many seconds it takes to launch a rocket from different parts of the eastern United States.
In southern New Jersey, the best time to start is 60 to 90 seconds, and in northern and central New Jersey the best viewing time is 90 to 120 seconds after sleep.
How to watch live broadcast
- The live broadcast of Mission Countdown is set to begin at 1 p.m., Tuesday Wallops IBM video site.
- Start coverage NASA TV It is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday.
- Release updates are available here Wallops Facebook Page and Wallace Twitter Page.
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