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Moon mission postponed by engine trouble

Image: Nasa 

Earliest launch for Artemis I mission is now 2 September

The launch of a US-led moon mission intended to test a plethora of new technologies with the support of European partners has been postponed due to engine trouble.

Artemis I was due to launch on 29 August, but was postponed by the US space agency Nasa after teams were unable to get the engines of the mission’s Space Launch System rocket to the right temperature within the launch window.

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