A New Zealand company is hoping to launch a 17-metre-long rocket from Māhia Peninsula for the second time, tomorrow afternoon.
Rocket Lab opened the 10-day launching window on Friday but high winds have so far stopped the launch.
It is the second of three test flights as the company prepares to become a commercial operation.
Still Testing is on the pad at LC-1 and looking healthy. Ideal launch conditions open up Monday. Currently targeting no earlier than 2.30 pm Monday 11 December NZDT (Sunday, 8.30 pm EST/5.30 pm PST). pic.twitter.com/WOshi79wqa— Rocket Lab (@RocketLab) December 8, 2017
People could watch the launch via a live stream on Rocket Lab's Facebook page or on YouTube.
Founder Peter Beck said he was optimistic about sending paying customers into space soon and said a space for a satellite on board the rocket would cost about $10 million.