The launch of the US space agency’s rocket to the moon has been canceled again after a leak was found in its hydrogen tank.
This is NASA’s second failed attempt, after an attempt on Monday was hampered by some technical and weather problems.
The rocket burns 2.7 million liters of hydrogen and liquid oxygen to provide the pressure needed for launch. But when the controllers sent the command to fill the hydrogen tank, the alarm went off indicating a leak.
The launch of the rocket is scheduled to take place at 14:17 local time. NASA writes that the third launch test will be on Monday or Tuesday.