The Sounding Rocket expected to fire off into the skies from the Wallops Flight Facility is still on the launch pad.
It has been scheduled to take off early Sunday morning but it was once again postponed.
It has now been put off until June 11th.
NASA says clear skies are required for the experiment aboard the rocket.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the payload of 670 pounds contains canisters that will send blue-green and red vapor up over a 100 miles into the air.
The aim is to track the motion of particles in space.