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:
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.
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.
Clear Skies!
Ian Clarke
Lab Instructor II (Astronomy)
Hatter Planetarium Program Director
Adjunct Assistant Professor of English
Gettysburg College
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