Under clear conditions, on Friday night, New Jersey residents may get a good look at a rocket set to launch from Virginia for up to two minutes.
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Toy Rocket Shop Officials from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia have announced that the first American Electron rocket will blast off at 6 o’clock tonight. The launch time is between 6 and 8 o’clock in the evening.
A backup launch window exists from Saturday through December 20 in the case Friday is canceled.
Soon after the blastoff, the launch could be visible from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and much of the east coast as well as a portion of the midwest.
The 59-foot-tall Electron rocket would be visible for 90 seconds to two minutes to people in Northern and Central New Jersey. South Jersey residents would have 60–90 seconds to see it.
The “Virginia is for Launch Lovers” mission will launch satellites to monitor radio waves for the radio analytics firm HawkEye 360.
The launch will occur from Launch Complex 2 at Virginia Space’s Wallops Island-based Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport.
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Planned Friday trips to see the rocket in Virginia and New Jersey may have to be rescheduled due to inclement weather.
The National Weather Service predicted Tuesday that Wallops Island will see an overcast day with a 40% probability of precipitation.
It’s possible that New Jersey won’t have clear skies in time to view the rocket launch. The cloudiness and onset of precipitation on Friday afternoon/evening are two aspects where forecast models diverge.