South Korean Nuri Launches Two Satellites Into LEO

South Korean Nuri launch
Credit: Korea Aerospace Research Institute
SINGAPORE–South Korea has become the seventh country to develop heavy-rocket technology, after placing two satellites into low-Earth orbit (LEO) with its Nuri rocket. The successful flight June 21 follows a failed launch of a dummy satellite in October 2021, in which the Nuri’s third stage shut down...

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