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NASA says Friday launch of giant Moon rocket possible

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A test flight of NASA's powerful new Moon rocket may be possible on Friday, Artemis 1 mission manager Mike Sarafin says, after the US space agency scrubbed Monday's launch because of an engine issue. "Friday is definitely in play," Sarafin tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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