As KSLV-II Approaches Flight, KARI Considers Derivatives

Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
South Korea soon may develop a family of indigenous space launchers, but it will not be the family that was envisioned six years ago. The first fully South Korean launcher, the KSLV-II, is about two years from its initial flight; its first relative will probably not be the much larger rocket...

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