You Can Watch A Rocket Launch Over NJ Next Week
It's been a fun stretch of celestial excitement lately, with first image of a black hole being revealed, Jupiter being seen really close to the Moon, and now a rocket launch will be visible over New Jersey!
Now, keep in mind, last time we were waiting for Wallops to perform a launch, we were subjected to nearly a month of delays and reschedules. If things go according to plan this time, you'll want to be looking up around 4:46pm on Wednesday, April 17th. The rocket will take off at that point, and if you live in Cape May it'll be visible in about a minute; Atlantic County residents will need to wait about 90 seconds; Ocean County will see it in about two minutes; Monmouth County will take between 120 and 150 seconds, and the rest of the state will see it around three minutes.