With flags flapping in the breeze, Artemis I sits at Launch Pad 39-B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida after the scrub of the second launch attempt of NASA's moon-orbit test flight earlier this month.

ORLANDO, Fla. — NASA announced Thursday that the cryogenic fueling test this week at Kennedy Space Center did well enough to keep moving toward a launch attempt as early as Tuesday.

“Based on data from the test, teams are fine-tuning procedures for the next launch opportunity, targeted for no earlier than Sept. 27,” reads a statement on the NASA website. “The rocket remains in a safe and flight-ready configuration at the launch pad.”

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