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How to Watch Sunday’s NASA/Orbital Sciences Antares Rocket Launch (If It Happens)

Assuming you don't have plans to drive to Virginia.

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

Sunday is the latest in a series of scheduled and rescheduled launch dates for Orbital Science’s Antares rocket and Cygnus capsule mission to send supplies to the International Space Station. The launch keeps being pushed back because of weather, and the current launch time is 12:52PM ET. Here’s how to watch.

NASA TV coverage will start at 12:00PM ET and you can watch it above. If it’s a clear day and you’re in general area of the Wallops Flight Center in Virginia, maybe just go outside and look up at 12:52PM. Here’s a map from Orbital showing who might get a view of the launch and where in the sky you should be looking.

Orbital Launch

(via NASA)

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