Nasa Rolling Artemis 1 Back 

to the Pad to Finish WDR

Space Launch System (SLS) 

rocket for NASA’s Artemis 1 lunar test flight is returning to Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center

Repairs and maintenance 

were performed in May, both in the Vehicle Assembly Building & at the Air Liquide nitrogen plant.

Attempts  to complete

 the Wet Dress Rehearsal (WDR) countdown demonstration test were delayed by multiple outages of gaseous nitrogen

SLS vehicle is going back

 to the pad six weeks after leaving to address issues uncovered during the 3 Wet Dress Rehearsal attempts in April

Problems were found with

 flight and ground systems at the pad and with gaseous nitrogen (GN2) supply systems at Air Liquide’s plant.

launch teams will take 

about two weeks to prepare Orion, SLS, the Mobile Launcher, and the pad for the “launch day” of the next Wet Dress Rehearsal attempt

Nasa’s Rover Brings New  Storms

Meaning to Martian Dust