Major Engine Problem in NASA's Artemis 1, Mission Postponed 

NASA is very ambitious about the latest uncrewed Moon Mission Artemis-1, that will help humans relocate to the Moon in future.

The SLS with Orion spacecraft was to lift off from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida on 29th August 08:33 AM ET.

The spacecraft will be on a 42 days journey outside the earth.

Scientists found a problem in the engine, and they called off the launch on 29th August. 

The countdown clock has been put on hold at T-40 minutes by NASA.

The next try for the launch will be done on the 2nd September.

The Artemis program is to establish a lasting human presence on the Moon with an orbiting space station known as Gateway and a base on the surface.

The next mission, Artemis 2, will take astronauts into orbit around the Moon without landing on its surface.

The crew of Artemis 3 is to land on the Moon in 2025 at the earliest.


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