Florida tropical depression may delay Nasa Artemis I moon launch.

Nasa Artemis I moon lunch is expected to be delayed again due to Florida tropical depression 9.

NASA continues to aim for the launch of Artemis 1 on Tuesday (Sept. 27) from Florida's Kennedy Space Center (KSC).

With Artemis 1, NASA will launch an uncrewed Orion capsule into lunar orbit and return it using a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.

However, a big storm is expected in the Caribbean to delay the launch.  

If the storm intensifies, it could become a hurricane and threaten the Space Coast. 

The mission was previously scheduled for launch on Aug. 29 and Sept. 3, but both attempts were stymied by technical difficulties, the second of which was a leak of liquid hydrogen propellant.  

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