Launch of Artemis I scrubbed due to engine problems

A massive rocket and the Orion spacecraft were planned to be launched without astronauts

During a "wet dress rehearsal" fueling test in June, NASA encountered a similar issue.

Bill Nelson said on NASA TV after the flight was halted, "We don't launch until it's right."

Bill Nelson said on NASA TV after the flight was halted, "We don't launch until it's right."

As early as 2025, NASA officials expect astronauts to return to the moon's surface.

In honor of the twin sister of Apollo, NASA's return to the moon program is named Artemis.

NASA Inspector General Paul Martin, the agency will spend $93 billion on the Artemis program between 2012 and 2025.is named Artemis.

Kamala Harris attended the scrubbed launch, described by Mr Nelson as an "enthusiastic space booster".

There will be a new launch window on Friday 2 September at 12.40 local time (17.40 BST).