Will the fifth time be the one? We may see finally see the NASA rocket launch, which has previously been scrapped four times.

According to the Press of Atlantic City, NASA will try to launch a rocket for research Sunday between 9-9:19 PM EST from Wallops Island Virginia, located on the Delmarva Peninsula.

This will be the fifth attempt to launch. The original launch date was scheduled for May 31st. The launch was put off four times due to poor weather and boats near the launch site.

If the weather cooperates, we should have a great view of the rocket over the skies of South Jersey. The beach would be a great location to get a glimpse of the research rocket. You may also see different color vapors that in turn will form artificial clouds.

If you're really feeling adventurous, you can take a trip the NASA Visitor Center located on Wallops Island. You can view most launches from the visitor center which is only 4 miles from the launch pads with a clear view of every launch!

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