NASA’s capstone launch to moon delayed again for final test

NASA has canceled plans to send small cubes to the moon on Monday (June 27) to allow more time to look at the plane’s rocket lab booster.

The U.S. space agency announced today that it will not focus on launching a new rocket on Monday Capstone Stones To the moon in an electronic booster made by Rocket LaboratoryThe mission, led by the Advanced Space Corporation, launched EDT (1000 GMT) at 6 a.m. Monday from a base on the Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand.

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