NASA scoured an arranged to send off of its strong rocket

a misfortune for the organization as it hopes to reignite its lunar desires.

NASA on Monday had wanted to send off the uncrewed Artemis I mission

the U.S. space organization's first move toward quite a while push to put space travelers on the moon interestingly 

starting around 1972. The test mission — alongside a progression of arranged follow-up trips

in the years ahead — generally depends on NASA's Space Launch System

 a 322-foot-tall rocket, and the Orion space apparatus, which will convey group individuals on future lunar missions.

Takeoff had been normal later than the at first arranged 8:33 a.m.

ET start time from Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, as a result of postponed powering up the rocket.