NASA’s new moon rocket, Artemis 1, was scheduled to dispatch few hours ago for the second time.
The first attempt was made earlier this week, but a fuel leak caused the NASA controllers to postpone the launch. The second attempt is prevented by a hydrogen leak, which prevented the team from filling the liquid hydrogen tank despite several troubleshooting measures.
The leak was detected by the team early this morning and this has put the team behind schedule. After several attempts by the Launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson and her team, the launch was postponed.
NASA plans for a news conference to address issues and announce new possible launch window.