NASA reschedules moon rocket launch for Saturday as it reviews first-try data.

NASA's heavy-lift Space Flight System rocket's maiden launch was postponed due to an engine cool-down problem. Mission management will try again on Saturday.

In the interim, engineers will figure up a go/no-go strategy in case they meet similar challenges as Monday.

Saturday's launch window begins at 11:17 a.m. PT (2:17 p.m. ET). NASA's uncrewed Artemis 1 mission aims to send humans to the moon in the mid-2020s.

Modify Saturday's countdown. Before fueling, mission managers cool the engine. "Bleeding" off liquid hydrogen fuel cools the core stage's four major engines to -420°F.

Mission management copied Stennis's technique.
John Honeycutt, NASA's SLS programme manager, stated the fault may be with the sensor.

Honeycutt added, "With the team's cooperation, I intend to put us in a circumstance that provides us the data we need to know that the engines are properly cooled and go fly."

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