Fuel leak delays preparations for NASA mega-rocket liftoff to the Moon

Fuel leak delays preparations for NASA mega-rocket liftoff to the Moon
Fuel leak delays preparations for NASA mega-rocket liftoff to the Moon

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3:19 p.m. : The final preparations for NASA’s new mega-rocket for the Moon have been delayed due to a fuel leak, detected a few hours before takeoff of this test mission which is to launch the Artemis program for the return of the Americans to the moon.

2:18 p.m. : The takeoff of the NASA mega-rocket is approaching! Launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson gave the go-ahead to begin filling the rocket’s tanks with its cryogenic fuel (a total of about three million liters of ultra-cold liquid hydrogen and oxygen).

1:48 p.m. : Countdown is on !! The countdown is on for the Artemis take-off! Take a look: for you, we will be in the front row from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida where we will make you live this historic mission… if all goes well!

1:22 p.m. : The count which was blocked at -6:40:00 has just resumed! Artemis artemis1 artemislaumch nasa for a launch scheduled from 8:17 p.m. Paris time

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