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NASA Moon Mission: Engine Malfunction Postpones Launch of Artemis 1
NASA Artemis I Launch LIVE: Hello readers, stay tuned to India.com for live coverage of much-awaited NASA's uncrewed next-generation Artemis I moon mission rocket launch set for 6:33 PM (IST). We will bring you real-time reporting from the launch along with a team of experts.
LIVE NASA Artemis I Mission Launch: NASA’s uncrewed next-generation Artemis I moon mission rocket was set to launch at 6:33 PM (IST), but fuel leaks have forced the US space agency to scrub the mission. The next launch attempt will not take place until Friday at the earliest. The 322-foot Space Launch System rocket was set to lift off Monday morning with three test dummies aboard on its first flight, a mission to propel a capsule into orbit around the moon. Weather experts had sounded 80 per cent chances of favourable conditions for the rocket launch. Jeff Spaulding, senior NASA test director for the landmark uncrewed Artemis mission said, “Everything to date looks good from a vehicle perspective. We are excited, the vehicle is ready, and it looks great.”
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