Artemis I moon rocket gets new launch date
(CNN) - NASA has set a new launch attempt date for the Artemis I mission from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The agency announced it will try again in the early hours of Nov. 14.
The uncrewed mission is just the start of a program that aims to return people to the moon.
Getting this first mission off the ground to test the rocket, spacecraft and subsystems has been a trying endeavor.
A series of issues, including a faulty sensor, a fuel leak and severe weather, has caused NASA to abandon previous launches.
The new timeline means the system could roll out to the launch pad as soon as Nov. 4 and return to Earth on Dec. 9.
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