NASA delays Artemis moon mission after second launch attempt halted due to fuel leak

NASA is deferring its Artemis I send off once more, in the wake of making a second endeavor to get the mission going on Saturday.

The space organization is pursuing the introduction of its Space Launch System rocket and Orion case, for what might be a more than drawn-out venture around the moon.

NASA is deferring its Artemis I moon mission once more, subsequent to making a second endeavor to get the uncrewed send-off going on Saturday.

The space organization is making progress toward the presentation of its Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion case, for what might be a more than extended venture around the moon.

As NASA was filling the rocket on Saturday morning, the office's group recognized a hydrogen fuel spill from the motor segment.

It was muddled whether NASA will actually want to make one more endeavor on its next open doors for a send-off on Monday or Tuesday.

It's the primary mission in NASA's Artemis lunar program, which is likely wanted to land the office's space travelers on the moon by its third mission in 2025.