vNASA has delayed the release of its Artemis I megarocket.
The launch of ASA's Artemis I rocket is now scheduled for September 27th, with October 2nd as a "possible" backup date.
Initially, the agency contemplated attempting again on the 23rd.
But after "careful examination of many logistical concerns," they opted to try again at a later date.
Part of NASA's effort to get people back to the Moon's surface by 2025.
The Artemis I mission will employ the Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket to propel an unmanned Orion spacecraft around the Moon.
The previous attempt had been aborted due to an engine problem.