Here are the reasons why NASA is waiting so long to try another Artemis I launch.
It will be at least a few weeks, rather than just a few days, before NASA's enormous new
moon rocket can launch its next try after hitting yet another hitch during its most recent
attempt to fly an unmanned test flight.
Numerous factors, such as schedule eccentricitie
potential traffic at the launch site, and NASA's need to be sure it has resolved the most recent
problems with leaky fuel, might be blamed for the lengthier delay.
Here's a rundown of what happened on Saturday, September 3: Launch officials entered this
weekend's attempt to launch the Space Launch System rocket with confidence. The rocket
then developed a significant leak as it was refuelling with ultra-cold liquid hydrogen
propellant. And on Tuesday, NASA said that it will start making an effort to fix those
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