This is patently untrue, and NASA had already stated the problem was with one of the rocket's four engines.
Shapiro also failed to realise that Artemis I is an uncrewed mission.
"The really important thing is that, when we do go to the moon, we have to have a lesbian on the moon," Shapiro said before reiterating in a sing-song voice.
"Lesbians on the moon! This is what we need. It sounds like a bad pornography."
Once this video hit social media, Hamill, who played legendary Jedi Master Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, took to his Twitter to complain that so-called "lesbians on the moon" was Ben Shapiro's take on a bad porn film,
"To be perfectly clear, please define what sounds like good pornography to you," Hamill wrote.
\u201cTo be perfectly clear, please define what sounds like good pornography to you.\u201d
One person wrote: "Sexuality has nothing to do with space travel. It has quite an important amount to do with inclusion, diversity, and representation, which should be aspects of every endeavor paid for with the people's money."
"Like ....how is it even important that the women are lesbian? Isn't it about the job? Why is their sexuality topic Nr. 1, AGAIN?! This all starts to annoy me. Who is Ben Shapiro, anyway....," another added.
A third wrote: "Well, also, does he think astronauts are flying up there to have sex? Because being a legit astronaut 100% guarantees you can get laid just about anywhere on earth. They don't have to go to the moon."