SpaceX's rocket launch might be visible late Sunday from San Diego.
A SpaceX rocket is scheduled to carry 46 Starlink satellites into space late Sunday.
It will be launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in central California.
Possibly, it would produce a contrail that can be seen from San Diego.
Launch is scheduled for 6:39 p.m., which means daylight might illuminate the contrail in the northwest a minute or two later
In terms of distance, San Diego is approximately 282 miles from Vandenberg.
However, under the right conditions, plumes from launches can often be seen from San diego also.
SpaceX says it will attempt to launch again on Monday if it cannot launch on Sunday.