The new date for the launch of the sounding rocket at Wallops Flight Facility is now June 24th.
This will be the 10th attempt after previous missions were scrubbed because of weather conditions.
The area in recent weeks has been hit with high winds, thunderstorms and cloud cover.
If the sky is clear Wallops officials expect to make another try around just after 9 p.m. on Saturday.
The rocket will contain canisters that will release red and blue-and-green vapors that will form clouds over a 100 miles above the earth.
Scientists want to study the motion of particles in space.