There is a catch, though, as NASA's massive Moon rocket fails a crucial hydrogen fuel test.

Artemis Several months after its initial wet dress rehearsal and more than three weeks after its aborted launch attempt, I has finally passed a vital pre-launch test.

After passing today's fuelling test and receiving approval from engineers for their fixes to a liquid hydrogen fueling system leak,

Artemis I is on track to try another launch on September 27 in the hopes of launching the unmanned Orion spacecraft to the Moon and back.

When asked about the likelihood of a launch on September 27, Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson said, 

 "I don't like to get ahead of the data, and I'd like the team to have the opportunity to look at that before I speculate," but she also added, 

 "I am extremely encouraged by the test today getting through all the objectives."

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