The Artemis 1 mission that was scheduled to launch today was scrubbed once again.

The official call came at 11:17AM after several unsuccessful attempts to fix a liquid hydrogen leak, a problem that plagued the first launch attempt as well.

Unfortunately, the fix is likely to take longer than originally anticipated and the next launch attempt won’t come until at least September 19 if not later. Unless NASA can obtain a waiver to remain on the launchpad to attempt a fix they will have to move the rocket back to the Vehicle Assembly Building which will take some time.

Hopefully this next launch attempt will go better, and we’ll let you know when that attempt comes.