ARTEMIS 1 Satellite Sent for Repair
NASA has decided to roll its Artemis 1 moon rocket off the launch pad to fix some issues revealed by a recent "wet dress rehearsal".
The wet dress rehearsal — a series of key trials designed to show that Artemis 1's huge Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.
Wet Dress Rehearsal
ARTEMIS 1 Satellite- Launch was all set to go
Orion spacecraft ground infrastructure were ready to go- began on April 1 at Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC).
Things were supposed to wrap up about 48 hours later, with the loading of liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants.
ARTEMIS 1 Moon Rocket- Things were about to Go
ARTEMIS 1 Rocket- Several Problems Occured
Artemis 1 team members ran into several problems that delayed those steps, however, and stood down the private Ax-1 mission.
Artemis 1 stack off Pad 39B and back to KSC's cavernous Vehicle Assembly Building to replace the faulty valve and address the leaky umbilical.
ARTEMIS 1 Rocket- Issue Will Fix Off
ARTEMIS 1 Satellite- Fix for Propellants
the agency also will review schedules and options to demonstrate propellant loading operations ahead of launch.
NASA officials said, citing upgrades needed "at an off-site supplier of gaseous nitrogen used for the test.
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