That part is most likely equivalent. Things that matter is the capacitance (470uF) on both of them, maximum voltage (both 16V - you can replace a cap with a larger maximum voltage if space permits but not with a smaller) and the temperature. Use 105C caps, they should be better quality. RJX / NTE are just manufacturers (You can replace a cap with a different manufacturer cap).
When desoldering the old cap take note of the orientation! The side which has the gray bar is minus. Orient the new cap the same way, if you don't, the cap will most likely explode (small part and loud bang). Usually the PCB silkscreen has the orientation noted, but I wouldn't trust that.
Be aware that most of the caps do have "a split" on the top (a shallow cross which is made on purpose). If the split is opened up - then definitely the cap is bad. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague