NASA postpones launch of Artemis I to October

NASA’s Artemis mission has as its main goal to land the first woman on the Moon in 2025.

In honor of the children of Zeus, Apollo and Artemis, the arrival of humans on the moon has been materializing. Apollo 11, on July 16, 1969, became the first crew in history to land on the Moon.

Now, NASA’s Artemis mission has as its main objective to take the first woman to the Moon in 2025. However, after two failed attempts, the entity has decided suspend the project until at least October to analyze in depth the problems of take-off.

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The next release possibility is scheduled for September 19 through October 4. However, the director of NASA, Bill Nelson, assured that it is more likely that the new attempt will be between the October 17 to 31.

It should be remembered that, it was this Monday, August 29, when the launch of the rocket was going to be carried out, which gives the initial foot to the mission that seeks to return human beings to the Moon, but one of the engines did not reach the right temperature, so it was postponed.

Given this, NASA made a second attempt to launch its powerful new rocket to the Moon on Saturday, September 3. Nevertheless, a leak in the fueling apparatus failed.


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