SpaceX is scheduled to launch the Dragon cargo-spaceship to the International Space Station today at (last I heard) 22:24 UT / 18:24 ET.
Scheduled coverage from SpaceX should start around 22:00 UT / 18:00 ET. Unfortunately the time is somewhat convoluted, back to the earlier days.
Ah well. To be honest I was thinking about the launch yesterday and I am thinking “no way will they launch”. My reasoning was this: the launch was coming from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a Tropical Depression to skirt along the coast with the projected path taking it about as close to the space center area as it will get.
Want to know what kept me from posting it yesterday? Because my predictions are usually wrong! HAHAHA. What’s the saying, hash tag not always.
Dr. Marco Langbroek (sattrackcam.blogspot.com) captured the SpaceX Starlink satellites streaking over the Netherlands shortly after launch in this video (posted by VideoFromSpace).
I saw this particular video was released yesterday (Saturday) morning and went immediately to Heavens-Above and N2YO to get tracking information. Neither source had any, but luckily N2YO does list it today.