NASA aims for a Saturday launch of the new Artemis moon rocket
Monday's scheduled launched was scrubbed due to engine problems.
NASA will try again Saturday to launch its new moon rocket on a test flight.
The two-hour launch window is set to open at 2:17 p.m., and if successful, it will be the first capsule to fly to the moon since NASA's Apollo program 50 years ago.
The first attempt on Monday was thwarted after a cascade of last-minute problems, including unexplained trouble related to an engine.
Managers said Tuesday that they are changing fueling procedures to deal with the issue.
The 322-foot rocket remains on the pad at Florida's Kennedy Space Center, with an empty crew capsule on top.
The Space Launch System rocket — the most powerful ever built by NASA — will attempt to send the capsule around the moon and back.
No one will be aboard, just three test dummies.