NASA, a space agency, is not prepared to give up.
Due to engine issues, the launch of the Artemis I rocket was delayed.
Due to an engine issue, NASA has postponed
today's scheduled launch of its next-generation rocket.
On Friday, September 2, the organisation plans to try again.
NASA decided not to attempt to launch the Artemis I spacecraft on Monday at 8:34 a.m.
ET because one of the four engines on the space launch system failed (SLS)
A crucial component of NASA's Artemis programme, which aims to send
astronauts back to the moon by 2025, is the space launch system (SLS).
This coming Friday, September 2nd, will mark the next attempt.