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People wait eagerly for Artemis 1 launch at Cocoa Beach, Florida


People gather at Cocoa Beach, Florida, to get a glimpse of NASA's Artemis 1 rocket launch to the Moon, just moments before the US space agency scrubbed the test flight of its giant Moon rocket because of a temperature issue with one of the four RS-25 engines. IMAGES

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