Artemis I Launch Scrubbed for Second Time

Will Smoot

September 4, 2022

NASA Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson waves off the second attempt on September 3 due to ongoing hydrogen leak issues.

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Photojournalists line the banks of the turning basin at Launch Complex 39's Press Site.  Photo credit: Jared Haworth / We Report Space.

NASA's Artemis I Mission On Hold Pending Scrub Review

Monday's launch attempt was scrubbed during an unplanned hold, near the opening of the launch window.

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NASA's Space Launch System stands ready to launch the Artemis I mission to Lunar orbit and back again.  Photo credit: Jared Haworth / We Report Space

What's On Board: Artemis I

A figurative look inside Artemis I's Orion capsule, to see what's being carried to Lunar Orbit on Monday's mission.

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Backdropped by the moon and lit with powerful spotlights, the Artemis I / Space Launch System rocket traverses four miles to Launch Complex 39B at Kennedy Space Center.

NASA's SLS rolls out for Artemis I Mission

NASA's newest heavy lift rocket makes it's final land-bound journey ahead of a projected August 29, 2022 launch date.

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Atlas V decorates the pre-dawn skies over Florida with the SBIRS GEO-6 launch.

Two launches bookend August 4th on Cape Canaveral

Florida's Space Coast began and ended its day with missions launching from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The twin launchpads SLC-40 and SLC-41 hosted missions from SpaceX and ULA respectively with the shortest interval between launches since the 1960s.

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