Rocket Launch and ISS pass visible locally tonight

A rocket launch is scheduled tonight from NASA’s facility on Wallops Island, VA. It should be visible locally, weather permitting. For context, here’s a photo of one from campus last fall: http://gettysburgskies.blogspot.com/2013/11/minotaur-sighting.html
The link below has all the details, but basically you want to get to a place with a flat southeast horizon at launch time. Follow NASA-Wallops on facebook or twitter too, as the launch can be delated or scrubbed.
http://www.nasa.gov/content/how-to-view-the-antares-launch-oct-27/#.VE46gfnF_nh
Almost simultanelusly, the International Space Station will fly over the mid-Atlantic. This is not unusual, but you do need to know where and when to look. 
http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/sightings/view.cfm?country=United_States&region=Pennsylvania&city=Gettysburg#.VE5Ak_nF_ng
Clear Skies!
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Ian Clarke
Lab Instructor II (Astronomy)
Hatter Planetarium Program Director
Adjunct Assistant Professor of English
Gettysburg College
http://public.gettysburg.edu/~iclarke/hatter/index.html
Hatter Planetarium on Twitter: @GCPlanetarium