NASA Struggles With Familiar Problem on Artemis I: A Hydrogen Leak

The leak that delayed NASA’s newest try and blast off its moon rocket over the weekend was tied to the company’s use of liquid hydrogen, a gas some area firms have chosen to not use as they develop new engines for their very own giant rockets.

Hydrogen is mild and burns extraordinarily scorching, making it an environment friendly propellant to make use of on totally different levels of a rocket launch, the Nationwide Aeronautics and House Administration has stated.