Lightning Strikes NASA's Artemis 1 Moon Megarocket During Test
An Issue With Pressurizing
The mobile launcher has forced NASA to scrub its wet dress rehearsal of the Artemis I mega moon rocket on Sunday
The wet dress rehearsal
Is necessary for NASA to test out basically every system leading up to launch of its mega moon rocket
The wet dress rehearsal has also had to contend with some nasty Florida weather.
SLS rocket and Orion Capsule
Are both currently stationed at Launch Complex 39B in Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral.
Severe Weather Rolled By
Resulted in lightning strikes around the pad. "It turned out we had not one, but we had four, lightning strikes inside the pad perimeter,"
The Fourth Was The Strongest
Lightning strike and though it did no damage, with the SLS rocket and the Orion capsule both not powered.
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