Artemis I Launch Delayed to at Least September 27 Written 13 September 2022


After scrubbing the Aug. 29 and Sept. 3 launch attempts, NASA will roll the rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building for additional analysis. | Credit: John Tylko for Aerosapce America–©

SPACE reports that NASA announced Monday it is now targeting September 27 for the Artemis I launch. NASA is planning to conduct an SLS fueling test for September 21. NASA officials wrote Monday, “The updated dates represent careful consideration of multiple logistical topics, including the additional value of having more time to prepare for the cryogenic demonstration test, and subsequently more time to prepare for the launch.”
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The next anticipated launch window will take place in late September 2022.