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NASA's moon rocket on track for Wednesday launch attempt

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NASA remained on track for Wednesday’s planned liftoff of its new moon rocket, after determining that hurricane damage provided little extra risk to the test flight.
Published 4 months ago · Fort Lauderdale, United States

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