NASA delays moon rover launch
The US National Aerospace Agency (NASA) has announced that it has postponed the launch of its commercial VIPER rover to the Moon until 2024.
tests aimed at reducing the risk of the mission.
According to NASA, the rover was originally planned to be delivered to the moon in November 2023 to study its surface in search of ice and potential resources.
According to representatives agencies, this data will help in future mission planning.
It was previously reported that SpaceX's prototype Super Heavy booster exploded on the launch pad at the start of testing.