For the second time in a week, NASA has canceled the launch of the space launch system designed to send Americans back to the moon.
First designed in 2010 and originally slated for its first test flight in 2017, the rocket is now expected to lift off at the earliest end of September, and possibly much later. NASA, for its part, hopes Americans will forget a decade of costly failures and pray for the best.
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