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NASA follows 'Plan A' for moon rocket launch while monitoring weather.

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After a successful test, NASA says the weather forecast will determine whether it launches its Artemis 1 round-the-moon mission a third time next week.

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It's not just routine weather; a tropical depression in the Caribbean Sea might intensify into a hurricane and make landfall along the Florida coast.

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Currently, NASA is continuing to make final preparations for the launch scheduled for next Tuesday from Florida's Kennedy Space Center.

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Since the cryo test was successful and we don't currently have a prediction that fails our weather requirement, we should really be calling this Plan A.

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The National Weather Service's most recent prediction computer models for the storm system being called Tropical Depression 9 may require a change in that approach.

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On Wednesday, the newly installed fixes and new procedures were tested.

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John Blevins, NASA's SLS programme chief engineer.