A research satellite built by engineering students at Embry-Riddle University in Prescott remains on a launch pad in California after this morning’s launch was scrubbed for a second day, this time due to upper level winds. Students created EagleSat-1, which is a small cube satellite that will part of a NASA mission to launch a new, highly-advanced, weather satellite. The cube will measure orbital decay, which will allow researchers to more accurately predict where satellites are going to be placed in the future. It will also test a potential power source for space stations. NASA hasn’t announced when they will try for another launch.