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NASA delays rocket set to launch to the moon due to engine issues

Artemis 1 rocket at the launchpad

NASA have delayed the launch of their most powerful rocket yet which was supposed to take humans to the Moon and eventually Mars.

It was found out in the late hours of the countdown to see the rocket launch that there was issues with the engine 3.

We can find updates from NASA on their twitter here for further notice.

The rocket stands at 98 meters in height and has been named the most powerful and complex rocket in the world.

The next mission will take place next year and its ambitions are to get people orbiting and arriving at the Moon for the first time in 50 years, then eventually to Mars.

NASA has set September 2nd to 5th as the potential launching days,

More updates will be posted soon.

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