STRAIGHT. The takeoff of the megarocket of the Artemis mission to the Moon is postponed to at least Friday due to a technical problem

STRAIGHT.  The takeoff of the megarocket of the Artemis mission to the Moon is postponed to at least Friday due to a technical problem

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15:43 : What is the technical problem of the rocket that postpones its departure?

15:02 : In fact, @gil, the next possible release date is Friday. Otherwise, it will be September 5. But the problem will first have to be evaluated by NASA teams before a new date is set.

14:49 : And if it’s not Friday, when will it be?

14:56 : Too bad… But after waiting several decades, we can wait a few more days. The important thing is to get back there.

14:47 : It’s normal, but hey, disgusted anyway!

14:56 : What a pity ! I was in front of FranceInfo TV to see the rocket take off. I hope to be available next Friday to see it.

14:45 : This is just a postponement! It’s safer to postpone the launch if there are engine problems…

14:51 : The launch of the Artemis mission megarocket is canceled today due to a technical problem in one of the engines. The next attempt is postponed “as soon as possible” to Friday, announces NASA. Follow our direct.

14:28 : Update: The launch is currently on an unplanned hold while the team works on a problem with the number 3 engine on the @NASA_SLS core stage. Trading commentary continues at https://t.co/z1RgZwQkWS https://t.co/mFyoeRMC6q

14:29 : We told you a few minutes ago, NASA has just confirmed it on Twitter: indeed, the launch of the rocket is delayed due to a problem in one of the engines, number 3 of the satellite. At the moment, no new schedule is given.

14:17 : That leaves you a little more time to watch or review this report by Marc Dana, one of the special correspondents for France Télévisions. He was with Thomas Pesquet, in charge of the Artemisa mission, at Cape Canaveral.

14:13 : The countdown clock is on hold at T-40 minutes. The @NASA_SLS rocket hydrogen team is discussing plans with the #Artemis I launch manager. Operational commentary continues at https://t.co/z1RgZwQkWS.

14:25 : Takeoff was scheduled for 2:33 p.m. (8:33 a.m. local time), but some problems interrupted the countdown.

14:25 : The launch of the Artemis mega rocket is delayed due to an engine problem. Follow our direct.

14:54 : 2:00 p.m. on the clock, time for a new point in the news:

Originally scheduled for 2:33 p.m., the release of Artemis will apparently be pushed back. An engine problem appeared. NASA should communicate. Follow our direct.

The Nice prosecutor announces that he has opened an investigation for apology of terrorism after the issuance of messages posted on certain social networks “referring to the attack of July 14, 2016 in Nice”.

Volodymyr Zelensky spoke this afternoon at Medef’s Meeting of French Entrepreneurs (REF). The Ukrainian president has appealed to construction companies and other sectors to come to Ukraine and allow the reconstruction of the country. “We need you to rebuild”brought to the attention of French patrons.

Then, starting at 2:30 p.m., the long-awaited speech by Elisabeth Borne at the Medef Meeting of French Entrepreneurs (REF). The Prime Minister should call companies to energy sobriety.

13:48 : It’s time to offer you a selection of the day’s content on franceinfo:

Before the launch of NASA’s new rocket, our journalist Louis San tells you four lunar enigmas

Textbooks, notebooks, calculators… Our journalist Noé Bauduin has reviewed the essential products in the basket of parents to see how much the rise in prices affects them.

• Jérôme Alonzo, former PSG player and now football correspondent for franceinfo, reacts to the Paul Pogba affair.

13:02 : The takeoff will not take place a priori at the scheduled time, but NASA is still not clear about a new schedule. It should be given a little later, after other preparations have been completed and the countdown has stopped at T-10 minutes (as planned)

13:48 : Well, not everything goes exactly as planned on the Cape Canaveral side. One of the four main engines of NASA’s megarocket fails to reach the correct temperature. We also talk about a crack “appeared on the main rocket stage”. Results : “The liftoff will not take place at the scheduled time, but NASA is still not clear on a new schedule,” writes an AFP journalist who is at the Kennedy Space Center.

12:48 : @NASA_SLS core stage liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen tanks are full of fuel and both are being refueled. Teams have delivered a “blow” for liquid oxygen loading into the spacecraft’s interim cryogenic propulsion stage @NASA_Orion: https://t.co/D5UnS74uZk https://t.co/cX4gePBouX

12:47 : In this sense, the filling of the reservoirs is still in progress, but the operation is being delayed due to too high a risk of lightning strikes in the middle of the night.

13:37 : Very simple, . The Artemis I mission rocket (which is to put the Orion capsule into orbit) will take off from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, in the early afternoon. A two-hour shooting window has been scheduled starting at 8:33 a.m. local time or 2:33 p.m. in France.

12:42 : What are the exact times of Artemis?

13:25 : It’s noon and it’s time to take stock of the news:

NASA’s new rocket, the most powerful in the world, will take off for the first time from Florida to the Moon. This Artemis 1 mission is an unmanned test, it should last six weeks. Takeoff scheduled for early afternoon, French time. Here’s everything you need to know about this new episode of space exploration.

The Medef Meeting of French Entrepreneurs (REF) opens with the long-awaited speech (in the early afternoon) by the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, who must call on companies to be energy sober. She will ask you to make an effort to reduce your energy consumption by 10%. Follow our direct.

A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is heading to the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant, announced its head, Rafael Grossi. The G7 requires this team to have free access to the site. Follow our direct.

Paul Pogba He claims to have been threatened by childhood friends and hooded bandits, including his brother, who demanded 13 million euros from him last March. Franceinfo summarizes his statements to the police, who opened an investigation for “extortion attempts”.

12:40 : It’s time to take stock of the news.

NASA’s new rocket, the most powerful in the world, will take off for the first time from Florida to the Moon. This Artemis 1 mission is an unmanned test, it should last six weeks. Takeoff scheduled for early afternoon, French time. Here’s everything you need to know about this new episode of space exploration.

The Medef Business Meeting of France (REF) opens with the long-awaited speech by the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, who should call on companies to be energy sober. She will ask companies to make an effort to reduce their energy consumption by 10%. She will speak in the early afternoon.

A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is heading to the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant, announces its head, Rafael Grossi. The mission must reach the site. “later this week”.

Paul Pogba He claims to have been threatened in March by childhood friends and hooded bandits, including his brother, who demanded 13 million euros. Franceinfo summarizes his statements to the police, who opened an investigation for “extortion attempts”.

12:38 : “It’s a bit of the Grail. And tomorrow will be March.

Astronaut Thomas Pesquet is one of the candidates to set foot on the lunar surface in the near future. But the Artemis mission is just one step to go to Mars. “Because we know it and we don’t hide it: the scientific interest is greater on Mars. It is a planet similar to Earth, thanks to which we can read questions that concern us: where is life? Could it disappear? lose our atmosphere?assures franceinfo.

12:30 pm. : Good morning @spacefan, you can obviously follow the liftoff of Artemis I, which is scheduled around 2:30 p.m. (French time) from Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA’s YouTube page has already uploaded a live video of the liftoff.

07:57 : Good morning. Where can we follow the launch of the rocket that is to go to the moon? Thank you very much and good day

12:29 : The Artemis mission should not only bring man back to the Moon, it should also provide a better understanding of our natural satellite and help solve some remaining enigmas.

(PIERRE-ALBERT JOSSERAND / FRANCEINFO)

12:28 : “The Americans already have a lot of experience and they have nothing to prove, but they want to maintain the competence in manned flight, the leadership.”

Is this the return of a cold war in space? For Isabelle Sourbès-Verger, the race for the Moon that is currently taking place, and mainly between Washington and Beijing, is “completely different” of the one that took place during the Cold War between the United States and the USSR.

12:27 : The American space agency (NASA) not only intends to land on the Moon and return. It plans to install an orbital base there and establish another on the surface of our natural satellite. This is a fundamental difference from the Apollo missions: Artemis envisions a permanent installation and round trips between Earth and the Moon. Above all, this installation on the Moon is just a preparatory phase for further voyages. Eventually, the Moon could become a launching point for missions to Mars and become the “gas station” at the start of long journeys.

12:25 : This first phase of the Artemis mission, Artemis I, is an unmanned flight. In a few years, for Artemis II, a flight with space travelers will leave for the Moon. But they will “simply” remain in orbit around the Moon. A little later still, for the Artemis III mission, a flight with humans on board will depart. They will land on Earth’s natural satellite. The Moon has not been walked on by humans since 1972.

12:24 : It’s the big day of the Artemis mission. The first part of this mission, led by NASA, is due to take off on Monday afternoon (Monday morning in Florida). Address: the Moon. I explain (almost) everything about this new chapter of the conquest of space in this article.

(PIERRE-ALBERT JOSSERAND / FRANCEINFO)

12:23 : Finally, the free lunch Y the telegram they are interested in the launch of the Artemis mission, whose first rocket, uninhabited, will take off from Florida this afternoon (8:30 local time, 14:30 in France). The ultimate goal of this mission is to bring man back to the Moon.

12:40 : We start with the traditional news update.

NASA’s new rocket, the most powerful in the world, will take off in the early afternoon (French time) from Cape Canaveral (Florida), heading for the Moon. This Artemis 1 mission is an unmanned test, it should last six weeks.

The Medef Business Meeting of France (REF) opens with the long-awaited speech by the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, who should call on companies to be energy sober. She will speak in the early afternoon.

A 19-year-old volunteer firefighter was charged and jailed for “destruction by fire”. It is suspected that he was the cause of 31 fires in the Médoc (Gironde), between July 29 and August 21.

Paul Pogba He claims to have been threatened last March by childhood friends and hooded bandits, including his brother, who demanded 13 million euros from him. Franceinfo summarizes his statements to the police, who opened an investigation for “extortion attempts”.

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