NASA has delayed launches to its Artemis Moon mission.

The decision made on Saturday morning is the third time that the launch was delayed in the space of a week.

ET after numerous unsuccessful attempts to stop the leakage of hydrogen liquid fuel.

Officials announced on Saturday afternoon that they would not try another launch in the present launch period.

"We're not going to launch until we think it's right," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said.

NASA officials are currently investigating the issue and are discussing the next steps.

NASA named its moon-gazing program Artemis in honor of The twin of Apollo, the Greek goddess Apollo.

There won't be any astronauts aboard the Artemis rocket on the long-awaited launch mission.