October 3, 2022

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NASA says Mega rocket launch to Moon postponed due to fuel leak

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23h04 : We are closing! Not without a last look at this Saturday evening’s top headliners.

They don’t like repeating things twice. The launch of the Artemis rocket has been postponed again, due to a fuel leak, NASA announced. The next attempt won’t happen for several weeks.

Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant is the largest in Europe. Again the power supply was disconnectedThe IAEA warns this evening. She is in a violent war zone.

France’s basketball team pulled off a scare against Lithuania in the second match of EuroBasket. Blues win in wire (77-73).

PSG regain the lead in L1 after winning at Nantes (3-0).. Earlier, OM finished second with a win at Auxerre (2-0).

See you tomorrow at nine o’clock on this live.

22h41 : NASA has announced that the Artemis rocket to the moon will not be relaunched in the coming days. We will know the date of the next attempt in the coming days.

22h40 : “These are things we’ve already experienced in filling rocket tanks like Ariane with liquid hydrogen. For example, my third space flight, Discovery, experienced a launch delay for the same problem. On this flight, we knew of thirteen different launch dates.

Jean-Francois Clervoi, Jean-Francois Clervoy, Don’t Panic After Artemis’s Release Is Postponed On Franceinfo’s microphone.

20h45 : What are the differences between Apollo and Artemis (the release of which was postponed this afternoon)? “Cockpit and controls are latest generation and modern materials. But if you look closely at the heat shield, it’s a modernized version of the one used on Apollo.“, for example underlines Kathy Schubert, Deputy Director of Aeronautical Systems at the NASA Glenn Center. 2 in this report of France.

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20h04 : 8 pm! Let’s break down the news for this Saturday evening.

They don’t like repeating things twice. The launch of the Artemis rocket has been postponed againDue to a fuel leak, NASA announced.

Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant is the largest in Europe. Again the power supply was disconnectedThe IAEA warns this evening. She is in a violent war zone.

France’s basketball team pulled off a scare against Lithuania in the second match of EuroBasket. Blues win in wire (77-73).

Hundreds of Russians bid farewell to Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. In a quiet funeral Marked by the absence of President Vladimir Putin.

19h47 : We are still waiting for a NASA press conference expected in the afternoon US time to know if the Artemis rocket is likely to take off again early next week. Otherwise, the release will be shifted to October.

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18h29 : 11 space shuttles had to leave the launch pad and return to the hangar, two of them twice in a row… Artemis, the first mission was no exception.

18h29 : Note that our national Thomas Beskett compares this second postponement of Artemis release in a tweet.

18h28 : @citizen The last Saturn missiles, at the end of the program, in the 1970s, were put on display in various museums and were not operational. The last rocket of this program dates back to 1975, and it’s an understatement to say that the technology has evolved quite a bit since then. Additionally, the Artemis mission was different in both its objectives and the number of spacecraft sent into space.

18h26 : Do you know why the Saturn Launcher, which has proved its worth on many occasions, is not being used again? Thanks for your knowledge on this matter.

6:11 p.m : Artemissed, pluto !

6:11 p.m : Athos, Pordos, Aramis, D’Artagnan and ARTEmiS, the 5th musketeer who missed the sword attack 😜

18h10 : Glad to be back from vacation for your puns!

18h05 : Let’s take a look at the news for this Saturday evening.

They don’t like repeating things twice. The launch of the Artemis rocket has been postponed againDue to a fuel leak, NASA announced.

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Hundreds of Russians bid farewell to Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. In a quiet funeral Marked by the absence of President Vladimir Putin.

17h37 : When will the new release of Artemis take place? NASA teams must analyze all the data before deciding on a new date. So currently there is no official information on the new date.

17h22 : If you want to know about pollution caused by rocket launches in general, I advise you This BBC article This explains that the fuel burned by rockets launched from Earth accounts for 1% of the total consumed by aviation on Earth.

17h21 : #Artemis I moon mission postponed. Crews tried to fix the problem, which was related to a leak in the hardware that transfers the fuel inside the rocket, but failed. Join NASA leaders for a news conference today. Check for updates: https://t.co/6LVDrA1toy

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17h20 : It’s official! The launch of the Artemis rocket has been postponed again, this time due to a fuel leak, NASA announces.

17h19 : It’s now official, not starting today #Artemis

17h19 : Well now it sounds like a “pasta rocket” 😄

17h18 : @Astronomical costs Great question, but I don’t have an answer…

17h18 : What is the energy and carbon footprint of this entire process?

17h14 : @Kakarin I’m not an expert on space success, but keep in mind that the launch of new rockets can sometimes be a rough start. I think again “Sensitive Affairs” episode of the France Inter program at the beginning of Ariane’s program I advise you to listen. More recently, SpaceX suffered setbacks, and it’s hard to compare rocket differences knowing that Artemis has more to go.

17h09 : Denial to NASA, right? By comparison, the reliability of the “old” Vostok-Soyuz launchers seems even more relevant.

17h07 : NASA engineers have recommended postponing the launch.

17h06 : During the #Artemis I mission refueling, a leak occurred on the supply side of the 8-inch quick disconnect while trying to transfer fuel to the rocket. Attempts to fix it so far have been unsuccessful. Stay tuned for updates. https://t.co/6LVDrA1toy

17h06 : Alas, it seems that the leak is not actually fixed, and the release should be postponed a second time out of caution.

17h04 : #artemis Unfortunately today will still be a #nogo

15h44 : A leak was detected early this morning and after two attempts to fix it, NASA is going to schedule “C” to fix the problem (probably a sensor) and still on time, 8:17 pm French. Time @F2Washington

15h25 : Final preparations for NASA’s new mega-rocket for the moon have been delayed by a fuel leak, discovered hours before the launch of the test mission that will launch the Artemis program from the Americans back to the moon.

14h18 : NASA Mega Rocket Launch Time Approaching! Launch Director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson began filling the rocket’s tanks with its cryogenic fuel (a total of about three million liters of ultra-cold liquid hydrogen and oxygen).

13h48 : The countdown is on!! The countdown to Artemis’s departure has begun! Look: For you, we’ll be on the front lines at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, bringing this historic mission to life… if all goes well!

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13h22 :-The blocked count at 6:40:00 has now resumed! #Artemis #artemis1 #artemislaumch #nasa is scheduled to launch at 8:17pm Paris time🚀

14h19 : Bonger @Jean Pore. Departure is scheduled for 2:17 pm local time (8:17 pm in France) and is possible in the following two hours if necessary. If there is a new blockage today, the departure may be rescheduled to Monday or Tuesday.

1:21 p.m : Hi Franceinfo, do you know when is the launch of the Artemis-1 mission rocket (preferably French time)? Thanks

12:30 p.m : It’s afternoon, we take into account the news of the day:

Hundreds of Russians bid farewell to Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. In a quiet funeral Marked by the absence of President Vladimir Putin.

After a failed first attempt earlier this week, fifty years after Apollo’s last flight, NASA will try to launch its mega rocket to the moon tonight for a test mission to launch its new flagship, Artemis.

Moscow cuts the Nord Stream gas pipeline. The rebound will raise concerns among Europeans, who are struggling to avoid an energy crisis this winter and accuse Moscow of using gas as a weapon. Follow our life.

With tears, with lip service, Serena Williams declaredAfter her exit in the third round of the US Open, we may never see her on the tennis courts again.

10h18 : It’s 9am and we’re doing our first round of news of the day:

The funeral of Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, is being held in Moscow today. A minimal ceremony, not attended by President Vladimir Putin, is a sign of Gorbachev’s controversial legacy in Russia.

The G7 nations agreed to cap Russia’s oil prices in a bid to target Russia’s energy slump, prompting a reaction from Moscow that shook the Europeans, announcing a complete shutdown of the Nord Stream gas pipeline until repairs are made. Follow our life.

After a failed first attempt earlier this week, fifty years after Apollo’s last flight, NASA will try to launch its mega rocket to the moon tonight for a test mission to launch its new flagship, Artemis.

With tears, with lip service, Serena Williams declaredAfter her exit in the third round of the US Open, we may never see her on the tennis courts again.