Approaching storm may delay launch try for NASA moon rocket


APE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — An approaching storm threatens to delay NASA’s next launch attempt for its new moon rocket, already grounded for weeks by fuel leaks.


tropical depression in the southern Caribbean is moving toward Florida and could become a major hurricane. M


nagers said Friday that the rocket is ready to blast off Tuesday on its first test flight without astronauts, after overcoming more hydrogen leaks during a fueling test earlier this week. NA


A said it will keep monitoring the forecast and decide no later than Saturday whether to not only delay the launch, but haul the rocket

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