NASA Delays Final Test 

For Moon Shot

Over The Last Few Days

NASA has battled sudden, unexpected technical issues surrounding the Artemis I moon mission

Since Friday

The agency has been trying to get through a crucial testing sequence called the "wet dress rehearsal"

It's Pretty Much The Final

Challenge before launch -- NASA is eyeing a late May date and includes important steps like loading the Space Launch System rocket up to the brim with cryogenic fuel.

First, Lightning Delayed The Process

When four dangerous lightning strikes fell within the perimeter of Artemis I launchpad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

NASA Decided

To give it another go on Sunday, but was soon met with safety concerns within the SLS rocket's mobile launcher.

Basically It Means That

The team had trouble pressurizing the launcher well enough to keep harmful gasses from entering.

Scientists Discover 

Rumbling Noise On Mars