OPINION - Tech & Science Daily: Why did Nasa’s Artemis 1 rocket launch fail?

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The Nasa Moon rocket stands ready for the Artemis 1 mission at the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral, Florida (John Raoux/AP) (AP)
The Nasa Moon rocket stands ready for the Artemis 1 mission at the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral, Florida (John Raoux/AP) (AP)

Nasa’s hugely anticipated Artemis 1 Moon Launch failed to get off the ground on Monday. It was called off after scientists found a hydrogen leak on board.

The mission’s just part one of a programme of flights, leading to NASA once again sending astronauts to the moon.

The Artemis 1 launch could now take place on Friday.

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