NASA scrubs Artemis I moon launch due to tropical storm

HOUSTON, United States 

NASA on Saturday decided to scrub next Tuesday’s launch of the Artemis I moon rocket due to Tropical Storm Ian. 

Citing official weather forecasts, Jim Free, NASA’s associate administrator for exploration systems development, tweeted that they are “standing down from our Sept 27 Artemis launch attempt.”

Ian is expected to strengthen into a hurricane by Monday, so NASA officials decided to scrap its third blastoff attempt due to safety.

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