NASA postpones Artemis I rocket launch after engine problem | RYT9

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has postponed the launch of the Artemis I rocket today after an engine problem was discovered.

NASA is scheduled to launch an Artemis I rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida today.

However, during the two-hour countdown, which began at 7:33 p.m. GMT, NASA failed to address the temperature issues found in a quarter of its liquid-fueled engines.

NASA also found leaks of hydrogen gas in its engines. and a slit in the material of the thermal protection system which protects the inner core of the rocket.

NASA is scheduled to reserve new rocket launches on Sept. 2 and Sept. 5, but it hasn’t confirmed that NASA will be able to fix today’s problems. before the scheduled launch of the new rocket or not

Although the Artemis I rocket does not carry astronauts And there are no plans to land on the moon. But the mission is important in showing that NASA still has the ability to launch rockets into space. After the project has been delayed for several years. And it costs more than billions of dollars in budgets.


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