Watch NASA Rocket Launch From Your Backyard At 5:47 PM [UPDATED]

Want to see a rocket launch to the International Space Station? You just might be able to this evening, even if you’re in Lakewood. 

A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket loaded with about 7,500 pounds of supplies will blast off Sunday evening from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia at 5:39 PM.

The rocket will be visible in most of southern New Jersey, including Ocean County, shortly following the launch. In Lakewood, the rocket should become visible at around 2 minutes after launch. To see it, look towards the sky in the south/southeast.

UPDATE: The launch has been aborted for unknown reasons.

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