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(WHNT) – NASA has announced a launch date for Artemis I, the first launch of the new Space Launch System. According to NASA, the mission will launch at 7:33 a.m. on Aug. 29.

Space flight veteran Chris Crumbly said to expect a delay or two, though.

You can watch our full interview above to see why he thinks this, as well as his thoughts on Russia’s decision to leave the International Space Station.