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First orbital launch attempt by South Korea

South Korea's space agency has announced it will attempt to fly its first satellite launcher this week.

The rocket's design and construction has cost about $400 million.

The new rocket, made from Russian and South Korean parts, could lift off as soon as Aug. 11 from the new Naro Space Center at the southern tip of the Korean peninsula, about 300 miles south of Seoul.
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3 Responses to “First orbital launch attempt by South Korea”

lawmacs said...
August 11, 2009 at 12:20 PM

south korea now every body is heading to space soon there will be building space homes

August 11, 2009 at 6:55 PM

Thanks for sharing this info. I hope South Korea will use the satellite only for positive and peace purposes.
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