UPDATE ** Due to weather, the launch is now rescheduled for Saturday at 4:01a**

If you happen to be awake at 4:23a on Friday morning, look up in the sky and you might see a NASA rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station being launched from Virginia.

The Antares rocket was originally scheduled to be launced on Thursday morning, but due to the coastal storm hitting the East Coast, the launch will happen on Friday.

According to NASA,  (weather permitting) southern New Jersey will be able to see the rocket about one minute after liftoff, while central New Jersey will witness the launch about 120 seconds after liftoff.

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