NASA specialists delayed a rocket test for the second opportunity in seven days on Saturday. NASA authorities are sure that the interruption will be short.
Top NASA authorities remained by their choice to drop Saturday's send off and said they were prepared to endeavor once more in the not so distant future or in October subsequent to deciding the wellspring of a hydrogen spill.
NASA chairman Bill Nelson said Saturday that two scours are less expensive than a disappointment.
NASA's new 322-foot rocket isn't too gigantic to even think about coming up short. Be that as it may, it means quite a bit to NASA's moon objectives.
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A devastating disappointment of this rocket would delay the moon program by years and call its convenience into uncertainty. Indeed, even SLS doubters say NASA's reasonability is insightful.