NASA introduced as we speak that the deliberate Sept. 27 launch of the Moon-bound Artemis I rocket from Cape Canaveral’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida might be postponed attributable to climate forec asts related to Tropical Storm Ian

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The postponement marks the third delay for the lunar-orbiting check flight. Postponements on August 29 and September 3 have been attributable to technical points together with hydrogen gas leaks.

The rocket, which is able to orbit the Moon, contains no astronauts.

In an announcement as we speak, NASA stated, “During a gathering Saturday morning, groups determined to face down on making ready for the Tuesday launch date to permit them to configure programs for rolling again the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft to the Vehicle Assembly Building.”

According to present climate forecasts, Tropical Storm Ian, at present within the Caribbean, is predicted to hit Florida’s Gulf coast with hurricane drive by Thursday.

A brand new launch date was not introduced.

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