Artemis I mission presents technical failures and its exit to the Moon is postponed

NASA suspended the launch of the Artemis I mission, which was scheduled to begin its journey to the Moon this Monday from Cape Canaveral, in Florida (USA), and that despite technical failures forced a cancellation until further notice.

The announcement follows the mighty SLS rocket with the Orion capsule on its apex standing on pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center, after being late earlier today takeoff at the scheduled time, 8:33 in the morning, local time (12:33 GMT).

NASA had previously announced that in the event that today this historic mission will not take offwhich supposes a return to the terrestrial satellite after almost half a century, handles as second and third tentative dates the next days 2 and 5 September.

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