NASA considers Artemis 1 lunar mission test a success

NASA considers Artemis 1 lunar mission test a success

Artemis 1’s most recent “wetsuit rehearsal” wasn’t perfect, but it was enough to keep NASA’s lunar mission on track for liftoff in a few months.

Artemis 1 Space Launch System (SLS) Orion rocket and capsule wrapped the wet dress – a series of around 50 hours of refueling tests and countdown simulations – on Monday, June 20. Mission team members noticed a hydrogen leak during refueling operations, but they’ve now decided it’s not serious enough to require an overhaul.

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