NASA's Artemis I: Technical issues scuttle Saturday's second launch attempt for moon mission

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Saturday brought another launch scratch for the Artemis I mission.

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Technical issues caused delays on Saturday and eventually robbed spectators in Cape Canaveral, Florida — and around the country — of something Americans haven't seen

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Americans haven't seen in more than 50 years: a launch to kick off a NASA program to send humans to the moon. A similar situation unfolded during the first launch.

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The space agency's attempt for a rescheduled launch of the crewless Orion capsule on Saturday afternoon was first halted.

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When the launch team could not successfully stop the leak, NASA officials scrubbed the Saturday liftoff at about 11:20 a.m. EDT. 

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'Space is the place': NASA administrator touts Artemis I as the key to our future on Mars

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The NASA rocket had been set to launch the Artemis I mission on Monday from Florida's Kennedy Space Center,

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the same launch site that saw the Apollo missions send humans to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s.

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