Limit On South Korean Launcher Motors Removed

KARI concept for a “lunar lander/rover” to be launched by a boosted KSLV-2.
Credit: KARI
SEOUL, BEIJING—More and improved South Korean space launchers can be developed following the removal of a restriction on solid-propellant motors agreed upon with the U.S. One result will be increasing the capability of the KSLV-2 launcher and undertaking a fully indigenous mission to the Moon...

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