NASA Postpones SLS Launch, Assessing Weather

Tropical Storm Ian
Credit: NHC/NOAA
CAPE CANAVERAL—NASA decided on Sept. 24 to stand down from a targeted launch attempt of its first Space Launch System (SLS) rocket due to uncertainties about the path of Tropical Storm Ian, which was moving toward the Florida peninsula. The agency was preparing to launch the SLS, which carries an...

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