Aug. 29 was to be the first time NASA attempted to launch the multibillion-dollar rocket, the most powerful NASA has built.
Live coverage of NASA’s test mission of the space agency’s new lunar program.
The 322-foot Space Launch System rocket was set to lift off Monday morning from Florida with three test dummies aboard on its first flight, a mission to propel a capsule into orbit around the moon.
The agency’s uncrewed Space Launch System and Orion capsule had been scheduled to launch Monday on a test flight to the moon.
"It's not going to fly until it's ready," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said during the update.
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If all goes as planned, a huge new NASA rocket will mark the launch of a new era of American spacefaring.
The excitement has been building for months! Though NASA's Artemis launch was scrubbed, spectators lined up in the early morning hours to watch it