According to NASA, the "giant moon rocket" will attempt to launch for the third time on September 27.
The 30-story Space Launch System (SLS), also known as the "giant moon rocket," is home to the six-person Orion capsule,
which is part of the Artemis 1 rocket and was originally intended to launch on Aug. 29 for its first trip to the moon and back.
But the rocket's first two attempts to take off were unsuccessful due to mechanical issues.
Because engineers were unable to get one of the rocket's four core stage RS-25 engines to a safe temperature in time for liftoff, NASA scrubbed the rocket's initial attempt.
The organisation declared that it had resolved the issue, which it attributed to a defective temperature sensor.