NASA’s Artemis 1 rocket launch kicks off on Sept. 21 fuel test

NASA is just days away from a crucial fuel test of its new megarocket that could make or break the space agency’s chances of launching its Artemis 1 mission to the Moon next week.

The fuel test, which NASA will attempt on Wednesday (Sept. 21), will test the repair of two hydrogen leaks on the rocket, called space launch systemPlus a new, slower way to fuel the 32-story booster on the Pad 389A Kennedy Space Center in Florida. If all goes well, NASA made a third attempt to launch the Artemis 1 SLS rocket to the Moon on September 27 after two false starts in recent weeks.

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