Why NASA’s Artemis Has Fuel-Leak Problems That SpaceX Doesn’t | WSJ

NASA’s Artemis I launch has been delayed twice because of problems with their main fuel: liquid hydrogen. It’s not a new one for the space agency. As NASA described it, “hydrogen is difficult to work with.”

Meanwhile, SpaceX has switched to methane for their Mars-bound Starship spacecraft.

WSJ explains why NASA still uses the leak-prone fuel.

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