NASA's Second Attempt to Launch the Artemis 1 Moon Rocket

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NASA is endeavoring to investigate an identified hole in the 8-inch fluid hydrogen line during fuel stacking toward the beginning of today.

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The SLS rocket anticipates its send off on Launchpad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. 

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NASA ground teams are prepared to attempt once more to get the huge Space Launch System going.

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On Saturday, September 3, the space office will try to send off the uncrewed Artemis 1 mission to the Moon and back. You can get the activity live here.

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Take off is scheduled for 2:17 p.m. (all times Eastern Standard Time) on September 3, with the send off window shutting two hours after the fact.

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Figures show a 60% opportunity of positive climate toward the start of the send off window, which increments to 80% toward the finish of the two-hour cutoff, NASA authorities told journalists during a press instructions on Friday.

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NASA will start live inclusion of the send off exercises at 12:15 p.m. (1:00 p.m. for inclusion in Spanish) on the space office's YouTube channel

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