NASA has announced a rocket launch in Virginia scheduled for Sunday night has been postponed until tonight due to a bad cable. Tonight's launch should be visible in South Jersey, weather permitting.

The cable — part of ground support equipment at the Wallops Island launch complex — will be replaced. Seven hours before planned liftoff, NASA announced the flight had been postponed.

If all goes as planned at 7:40 p.m. Monday night, we should be able to look south-southwest to see what will seem like a bright, moving star, according to Space.com

Orbital ATK is launching its Antares rocket again — nearly two years after the vehicle’s last launch ended in a spectacular explosion.

Since then, the Antares has gone through an extensive upgrade, as the vehicle’s main engines have been replaced. Now, Orbital is finally ready to get back to launching the Antares to the International Space Station for NASA.

Here's a link to watch the rocket launch live.