NASA's Next Moon Rocket   Mission Launch

Gets Final Repairs Ahead of

The team has several options 

 mega moon rocket will undergo some tweaks before NASA's next attempt at a crucial prelaunch test.

The NASA team is preparing

to roll the 322-foot-tall Artemis I rocket stack, back into the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on April 26.

The crucial test,

known as the wet dress rehearsal, simulates every stage of launch without the rocket leaving the launchpad. 

Engineers encountered a

hydrogen leak issue during the third attempt at this test Rolling the rocket stack back will allow them to assess the leak

The team has several options

IT is currently assessing what the next steps will be after making fixes to the rocket

The results of the wet dress rehearsal

will determine when the uncrewed Artemis I will launch on a mission that goes beyond the moon and returns to Earth.

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