NASA scraps Artemis I launch due to potential hurricane threat

Why NASA scraps launch delay. On September 3, NASA attempted to launch Artemis I but called it off after detecting a liquid hydrogen leak. The US space agency on August 30 scrubbed the mission launch for the first time owing to technical glitch with one of the SLS rocket's engines

NASA Scraps Artemis not be launch because of hydrogen leakage and this damage the atmosphere and have see a big damage and decide to delay.

NASA canceled its Artemis I launch. Sept. 27 is scheduled as Tropical Storm Ian continues to intensify, possibly becoming a major hurricane to hit Florida next week. The agency has not yet decided whether to return the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket to Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) but indicated it will make a final decision on Sunday.

“During a meeting early Saturday morning, teams decided to stand by Tuesday’s launch date to set up systems to return the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft to the Vehicle Assembly Building,” NASA said. is to say. The agency added that engineers “delayed a final decision on the roll until Sunday,” which…

NASA’s Artemis I launch has already been delayed several times. | Photo by Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images