Engine Cooling Failure Causes Artemis Launch Delay

Engine Cooling Failure Causes Artemis Launch Delay

One of the four RS-25 engines on the Artemis I rocket could not be cooled enough to allow for a safe launch Monday morning, forcing NASA officials to tentatively reschedule the launch to Sept. 2. If the launch does not happen that day, it could be pushed later into September or even October, NBC News correspondent Jake Ward reports.

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