NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS)
Rocket and Orion spacecraft will return to launchpad 39B at the space agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida
These Wet Dress Rehearsals Are Where
The space agency typically “refines the countdown procedures and validate critical models and software interfaces,” according to NASA.
Engineers Have Addressed
Many of the issues that were discovered during the previous wet dress rehearsal attempts.
When Completed And Tested The SLS
Will be the most powerful rocket ever built by NASA, aimed at heralding the next generation of human space exploration.
But The Agency
Was forced to rehouse it in April after a hydrogen system leak affected three attempts at rehearsal.
The Rocket Is Scheduled For Launch
In June as part of the Artemis Moon mission. But that will only happen if it can complete a full wet dress rehearsal first.