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Artemis I launch postponed again

Image: Joel Kowsky, Nasa

Uncrewed moon mission hit by liquid hydrogen leak

The launch of a United States-led moon mission intended to test technologies with the support of European partners has been postponed for a second time—on this occasion because a leak was found.

Nasa has yet to announce a new launch date for Artemis I, which had been rescheduled to launch on 3 September following a postponement from 29 August due to engine trouble.

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