NASA’s Artemis Launch Postponed After Engine Procedure Fails on Moon Rocket

JOHN F. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.—NASA scrubbed a lunar-orbit launch set for Monday because of technical glitches, a contemporary hurdle for the house company because it appears to be like to show its strongest rocket ever can deal with deliberate missions to the moon.

The Nationwide Aeronautics and House Administration stated engineers want time to resolve issues associated to temperature and strain in one of many 4 engines put in on the primary a part of the House Launch System rocket. The house company halted the countdown clock at one level Monday, and officers stated they could once more attempt to launch Friday pending additional evaluation.