That’s God saying “screw this crap, use a Saturn V”
Hey, at least I’ll be out of school at the scheduled launch time
The next two launch times will also be more favorable for me as well, since they’re not at 5 in the morning
God saying screw this crap doesn’t seem that far fetched since lightning was thrown at the thing across its various times at the launch pad, and even a tornado funnel the other day if I’m not mistaken
Under 24 hours until their next attempt…
and a hydrogen leak in the tail service mast had made them call it off
Excited to see the next failure!
Next launch attempt window begins September 19…now over two weeks out from launch at a minimum
There’s now a hurricane setting its sights on KSC. Rollback very possible if the hurricane’s forecast holds true
SLS heading back to the VAB, no plans to launch in September, and it is highly unlikely that it can get back to the pad by the end of launch period 26, which closes on October 4th, concluding with a mere 2 minute launch window in the early evening of that day. Launch period 27 is after that, and will open up on October 17th, going till the end of the month and closing on October 31st.
I don’t see them trying again until November, but even though the rollbacks aren’t healthy for the vehicle, it’ll be healthier than going through a hurricane
Me who wants it at the end of the October launch window, cause I’ll be in Daytona Beach then.
Well then perhaps the force or whatever higher power you believe in will be on your side
Alright, it’ll launch at the end of October
SLS vs Nicole upcoming
With Nicole passed and further inspections complete, the countdown is on towards launch yet again. Currently, SLS is set up for a launch window opening on Wednesday, November 16th, at 01:04 ET, meaning an early morning night launch is most probable.
They’re chilling the liquid oxygen lines now
Now the core stage is full, and is now in replenish
The “red crew” is being sent to the pad to tighten some bolts involved the core stage replenishing system