NASA reschedules Artemis I launch following liquid hydrogen leaks


Following two aborted launches, NASA has rescheduled the dates for a cryogenic demonstration test and the next launch opportunities for Artemis I.

Marking the first integrated flight test of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft beyond the Moon, the Artemis I launch will represent a moment of space history.

As a result of the previous aborted missions, NASA on Monday (12th Sep) said it will conduct the demonstration test no earlier than 21st September.

It has updated its request for launch opportunity to 27th September, with a potential backup opportunity of 2nd October currently under review.

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