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She's scheduled to go up Monday
 
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I am ready and watching live "Everyday Astronaut" on Youtube .
Currently NASA is chasing a couple bugs right now.

(update from launch director soon)
 

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Couple bugs and red weather made for a scrub for today. Next chance Sept 2. All subject to change.
 

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It looked pretty stormy off of the Cape, could definitely see it from the beach. Hopefully they figure out the mechanical issues in time for Friday.
 

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NASA will target Saturday, Sept. 3 at 2:17 p.m. EDT, the beginning of a two-hour window, for the launch of Artemis I.
 

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Wow, Artemis scrubbed again for fuel leaks.
Announcement heard over loudspeakers at the cape
"SpaceX....please report to the front office please." :) πŸš€πŸ˜
 
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Wow, Artemis scrubbed again for fuel leaks.
Announcement heard over loudspeakers at the cape
"SpaceX....please report to the front office please." :) πŸš€πŸ˜
Screw SpaceX
 

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I am thinking sabotage. JMHO
I dont feel real good about how NASA has gone about this project .
way over budget and thats using old shuttle engines they had left
over from 2011. Fingers are still crossed and I still think the space
program is awesome.
Link about the engines:

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"The rocket's construction, a group effort, involved aerospace company Northrop Grumman (NOC), which made the rocket boosters. Aerojet Rocketdyne (AJRD) built the engines (where the issue causing the postponement is taking place), and Boeing (BA) built the rocket’s orange core stage, which is also experiencing issues."
 
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