The most recent Artemis 1
"wet dress rehearsal" wasn't perfect, but it was good enough to keep the NASA moon mission on course for liftoff
Artemis 1's Space Launch System
and Orion capsule wrapped up the wet dress — a roughly 50-hour series of fueling tests
Mission team members noticed
a hydrogen leak during fueling operations, but they have now decided that it wasn't serious enough to require a do-over.
NASA has reviewed
the data from the rehearsal and determined the testing campaign is complete.
The agency will roll SLS
and Orion back to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at Kennedy next week to prepare the rocket and spacecraft for launch
will send an uncrewed Orion on a roughly month-long trip around the moon
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