Last night's Space-X launch led to excitement from observers in locations that don't typically see the upper atmosphere effects, prompting a lot of questions about it and when other such launches can be seen. I know that the launch was a rarer southerly launch trajectory from Cape Canaveral, and so I am guessing that the locations to see the upper atmosphere display may have been different than is typical. I know there are lists of Florida launches and plenty of satellite tracker sites. But I have not been able to find sites detailing upcoming individual launch trajectories and perhaps going so far as to suggest viewable locations of such upper atmospheric shows. Do any options exist?
FlightClub.io is very user friendly and its core (free) simulator tool is useful for seeing where the rocket is going. Professional launch photographers use Flight Club. The paid subscription to Flight Club offers many more features, but I don't think it goes as far as suggesting viewing locations or predicting the twilight phenomenon.