NASA canceled the first launch attempt of its giant SLS rocket on Monday after problems with one of the engines. After the refueling of the engines worked, it did not reach the required target temperature, according to the US space agency. As a result, the countdown was stopped before it was finally canceled. The fuel should remain in the tanks for the time being, as much data as possible should be collected. It is still unclear whether a second start attempt should be made on Friday.
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