The US space agency has already canceled two previous attempts due to technical problems
New release is planned for November, but no date set yet
THE NASA announced that it will make another attempt to launch a rocket to the moon in November this year. The announcement was made by the space agency of United States this Friday, the 30th. However, no specific minutes for the take-off of the Artemis 1. NASA confirmed that it is preparing for the launch of “Artemis 1 in the launch period, which starts on November 12 and ends on November 27”, but did not elaborate. The SLS rocket, considered the most powerful ever made by NASA, had to be hidden in its assembly building at the Kennedy Space Center for protection against Hurricane Ian. According to NASA, the hurricane caused no damage to the rocket. Before the new attempt, the teams carry out checks and change the batteries of some elements. Due to technical problems, NASA aborted two rocket launch attempts in late August and September.
*With information from AFP