Artemis I Launch Delayed

(Cape Canaveral, FL)  —  NASA is scrubbing today’s launch of its Artemis I moon rocket.  Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson made the announcement this morning following issues with the temperature of one of the engines.  The space agency pushed back liftoff after delays in fueling earlier this morning.  This test launch is designed to be the first step in returning human beings to the surface of the moon by 2025.  The next launch window won’t open before Friday.