Technical issues scuttle Saturday's second launch attempt for moon mission

When technical issues delayed the first launch attempt on Monday, Aug. 29

at Cape Canaveral in Florida it seemed like Americans were going to be deprived

of seeing something that hasn't happened since 1968

A human mission send off for NASA's moon program.

Fortunately though by early afternoon they had resolved these problems

and technicians were able successfully put together another perfect go ahead 

When the crewless Orion capsule was scheduled to launch on Saturday afternoon

it experienced a delay of about an hour as engineers worked quickly and efficiently 

with their tools in order fix what they believed were leaks from hydrogen fuels

NASA officials scrubbed the Saturday liftoff at about 11:20 a.m. EDT