Daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner says he is disappointed after his record-breaking attempt was aborted due to bad weather.
"And that was a total disappointment, honestly. But as long as we have a spare balloon, and as long as we have more launch opportunities, I'm good," Baumgartner said later.
Tuesday's launch was scrapped after it had already been delayed by nearly five hours because of winds above the launch site.
A Red Bull Stratos team spokeswoman has said no new launch attempt would be made before Thursday as Wednesday had been ruled out, due to weather concerns, and to give Baumgartner's support crew a day off.
Baumgartner's goal is to break the record of 102,800 feet, the highest-altitude freefall, a milestone set in 1960 by U.S. Air Force Colonel Joe Kittinger.