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A hydrogen fuel leak interrupted the launch countdown for NASA's new moon rocket early Monday morning, further delaying the operation that was already running late because of a thunderstorm offshore.
The leak reappeared in the same place as a leakage from a countdown test earlier this year.
Launch controllers slowly resumed to determine weather the leak may worsen, which would likely end the countdown. Alarms then prompted another stoppage.
The rocket is the most powerful one built my NASA, even beating out the Saturn V that astronauts rode to the moon 50 years ago.
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