Approaching storm may delay launch try for NASA moon rocket

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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.

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

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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

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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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