NASA officials hold news briefing on next attempt at ground-breaking Artemis launch
Countdown clocks started ticking down after a mission management team meeting Sept. 1, setting up a launch attempt at 2:17 p.m.
This will be the second endeavor to send off the SLS after regulators scoured the underlying endeavor Aug. 29.
Jump start supervisors independently precluded a Sept. 4 send off endeavor, which would have possibly been a choice assuming that NASA deferred the Sept. 3 send off prior to starting failing of the rocket
Orion could be put on a direction that expanded obscurations that would have brought on some issues for the sunlight based controlled shuttle.
A send-off is conceivable on Sept. 6, the last day of the ongoing send-off time frame, yet just in a short window toward the finish of the day. raft.