Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Monitoring, According to the US space agency, if that fails, then it will be forced to move to October, setting the timeline of the rocket’s mission back even further.
NASA scrubbed its latest attempt to launch Artemis I and its Orion capsule last weekend due to a hydrogen fuel leak that has been plaguing the rocket for a while.
NASA says it hopes to launch on September 23 or 27. This rocket will carry the first capsule designed for long-term human transport since the 1970s.
And if the mission is a success, it will kick off a new era of space exploration that could eventually see NASA sending humans to Mars.
Mike Bolger, the manaNASA ger of NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems Program, says that the team is making good progress in resolving all the issues.