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(NASA)   NASA delays decision on whether to keep its Moon rocket on the pad or to flee Ian   ( divider line
    More: Florida, Tropical cyclone, National Oceanic, National Hurricane Center, Sunday evening, Mars, latest information, Atmospheric Administration, NASA  
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2022-09-26 2:42:57 AM  
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2022-09-26 5:37:49 AM  
I like to gamble from time to time but not with $4,000,000,000.
2022-09-26 6:31:22 AM  
The forecast does not look good. They will almost certainly have to go back to the VAB.
2022-09-26 7:01:38 AM  
If they launch before Ian arrives, the problem should be solved, right?
2022-09-26 7:48:32 AM  

Peach_Fuz: I like to gamble from time to time but not with $4,000,000,000.

Relax, all the parts came off the shelf, which is how they were able to assemble it so quickly.

2022-09-26 8:00:20 AM  

sleze: If they launch before Ian arrives, the problem should be solved, right?

One way or another.
2022-09-26 8:02:44 AM  
Well, they could roll it back in. Or they could leave it out there to get severely damaged by a hurricane and use that as an excuse to contract hundreds of millions more of taxpayer dollars to be funneled into jobs in choice congressional districts. You know, like they have been doing for the past decade with this giant dildo.
2022-09-26 9:35:04 AM  
You can't really delay it for too long when the crawler goes a whopping 1 mph.
2022-09-26 12:03:20 PM  
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2022-09-26 2:13:13 PM  
So, my Google fu says the next window will be some time on or after 10/17.   We're going trick or treating on the moon.
2022-09-26 5:39:01 PM  
SLS -> Staying Local, See?
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