(ORDO NEWS) — NASA is considering September 23 or 27 as possible dates for launching the SLS rocket carrying the Orion spacecraft to the moon as part of the Artemis I expedition.
This was announced at a press conference by the head of NASA’s Research Systems Development Department, Jim Free.
The Artemis I expedition was supposed to start on August 29, but due to a technical failure, the start was postponed to September 3. And on September 3rd, the launch was delayed again, this time due to a leak of liquid hydrogen.
Before a new launch attempt, NASA intends to conduct fuel loading tests for the SLS super-heavy launch vehicle, which are scheduled for September 17
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