"Today was a good day": NASA administrator after mega moon rocket's test cut short


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NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said at a press conference that it was "a good day" after an important test of NASA's mega moon rocket was cut short unexpectedly. The deep space exploration rocket built by Boeing ignited all four engines of its behemoth core stage for a brief period. Jim Bridenstine said NASA got lots of data to decide whether a November 2021 debut launch date was still possible.