KARI Plans KSLV-II Third Stage Static Test

Credit: KARI KRE-075 engine with KSLV-II model: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
WASHINGTON and SEOUL—The Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) will static test the complete third stage of its KSLV-II space launcher within a few months, with a static test of the first stage to follow in 2020 ahead of the planned first flight in 2021. Once the KSLV-II design has flown, KARI...

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