Nasa Artemis I Moon Rocket Lauch scrubbed after engine  Issue

Artemis program is a mission toward the moon with no astronauts aboard.

But during event, the launch team discovered an issue with an engine bleed in the engine.

Engineers struggled to make one of the booster's engines cool enough to maintain the proper temperature.

They were using liquid hydrogen to maintain the proper temprature.

Now the mission has been stopped to figure out the cause of the problem.

It has been postponed and delayed for a number of years.

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson also said that the agency doesn't "launch until it's right.