Mega moon rocket Artemis I of NASA gets ready for a prelaunch test

Before its next launch attempt to travel around the moon and back, the Artemis I gigantic moon rocket is getting ready for another test on Wednesday.

Before its next launch attempt to travel around the moon and back, the Artemis I gigantic moon rocket is getting ready for another test on Wednesday.

Why NASA postponed the launch of a powerful new rocketThe Artemis I cryogenic demonstration test is scheduled to start at 7:15 a.m. ET on Wednesday, 

and NASA will stream live coverage of the event on its website. At Florida's Kennedy Space Center, the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft are still parked on the launchpad.

According to NASA authorities, engineers have changed two seals on an interface for the liquid hydrogen fuel line between the rocket 

and mobile launcher after the second aborted launch attempt of the unmanned Artemis I mission on September 3.


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