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See NASA's LADEE Moon Probe Launch from Virginia (Visibility Maps)

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Virginia State Capitol

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The potential view (weather permitting) from the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Va., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from NASA Langley Research Center

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va,, on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Air Force Memorial

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from the Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Va., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Orbital Sciences

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from Orbital Sciences on Warp Drive in Dulles, Va., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Maryland State House

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from the Maryland State House in Annapolis, Md., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Goddard Space Flight Center

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Empire State Building

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from the top of the Empire State Building in New York City on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Battery Park, NYC

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from Batteryt Park in New York City on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Atlantic City

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from Atlantic City, N.J., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

Potential View of LADEE Launch from Princeton Stadium

Carlos Niederstrasser/Orbital Sciences Corp.

The potential view (weather permitting) from Princeton University Stadium in Princeton, N.J., on launch night. Launch is not over populated areas. [Read The Full Skywatching Guide Here]

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