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According to the Thursday news, South Korea announced that they have successfully launched their new Nuri rocket, South Korea’s homegrown rocket. Also, they have placed the satellites in orbit, calming a significant step forward for the country’s expanding space program.
In addition, this was the third launch of Nuri that accurately put the satellites into the orbits. However, they tried to put the satellites in orbit in the year 2021, but it was a failed attempt because it was observed that the third engine of the rocket burnt so fast.
The three-stage rocket is almost 155 feet long and weighs about 200 tonnes; it ascends into the sky at 6;24 in the evening from the Naro space centre, which is in the southern coastal region of the south area, making a white smoke line.
Moreover, according to the Minister of Science and Technology Lee Jong Hoo, he stated that “We are informing the public that Nuri’s rocket launch is thriving and it’s a third launch, and Nuri was independently developed to protect domestic space transportation capacity, not it has been completed successfully.”
Furthermore, he said that the primary satellite in the orit connected with the South Korea King Sejong platform in Antarctica; in addition, he confirmed that the launch was successful “ Our dedication and potential for launch service for many satellite operations and the space exploration.”
In addition, by 2027, South Korea is planning to launch three more Nuri rockets, according to the Lee statement.
Yoon Suk Yeol, the South Korean president, acclaimed the Nuri launch and stated that this would give the country a substantial edge in the global space competition. Undoubtedly this is a significant achievement; the third successful launch of Nuri shows that South Korea is now part of the G7 powers.”
The announcement was made the day after the startup planes were called off over a computer communication problem, which was successfully resolved on Thursday.
In the previous experiments, the rock holds the freight purposely designed to ensure the launch machine’s performance.
This time the rocket was designed with eight working satellites, and a commercial-grade satellite was also part of the rocket, per the science ministry information.
Also, there was a live telecast of the launch titled “ Fly high Nuri! Let’s go to space,” more than 200,000 people viewed this lunch online on Youtube.
South Korea has set out aspiring plans for outer space, which involves landing space crafts on the moon by 2032, in 2045, on Mars.
In Asia, many countries have advanced space plans involving the chins, India, and Japan. The South nuclear-armed neighbor North Korea is entering the club of a group of countries with satellites in space and can launch a craft in space.
The same technology was used in 2012 in space rockets and ballistic missiles. Pyongyang confirmed the launch of the 300 kg satellites in orbit. Washington said this was a disguised missile experiment.
However, the South Korean space sector has many records; in 2009 and 2010, their first two launches were made using Russian technology, and the two experiments were the biggest flop.
The other trail exploded two minutes into the flight, with Moscow and Seoul blaming each other.
Later, in 2013, the launch was successful, but they still used a Russian-designed engine and relied on it for their first stage.
Last year in June, south Korea successfully made its position and, on number seven, successfully launched the one-tonne payload on their rockets.
The launch of the Nuri rocket and the three phases took over a decade in the development process and almost cost two trillion won.

South Korea Applauds the Successful Debut of Its Rocket

According to the Thursday news, South Korea announced that they have successfully launched their new Nuri rocket, South Korea’s homegrown rocket. Also, they have placed the satellites in orbit, calming a significant step forward for the country’s expanding space program.
In addition, this was the third launch of Nuri that accurately put the satellites into the orbits. However, they tried to put the satellites in orbit in the year 2021, but it was a failed attempt because it was observed that the third engine of the rocket burnt so fast.
The three-stage rocket is almost 155 feet long and weighs about 200 tonnes; it ascends into the sky at 6;24 in the evening from the Naro space centre, which is in the southern coastal region of the south area, making a white smoke line.
Moreover, according to the Minister of Science and Technology Lee Jong Hoo, he stated that “We are informing the public that Nuri’s rocket launch is thriving and it’s a third launch, and Nuri was independently developed to protect domestic space transportation capacity, not it has been completed successfully.”
Furthermore, he said that the primary satellite in the orit connected with the South Korea King Sejong platform in Antarctica; in addition, he confirmed that the launch was successful “ Our dedication and potential for launch service for many satellite operations and the space exploration.”
In addition, by 2027, South Korea is planning to launch three more Nuri rockets, according to the Lee statement.
Yoon Suk Yeol, the South Korean president, acclaimed the Nuri launch and stated that this would give the country a substantial edge in the global space competition. Undoubtedly this is a significant achievement; the third successful launch of Nuri shows that South Korea is now part of the G7 powers.”
The announcement was made the day after the startup planes were called off over a computer communication problem, which was successfully resolved on Thursday.
In the previous experiments, the rock holds the freight purposely designed to ensure the launch machine’s performance.
This time the rocket was designed with eight working satellites, and a commercial-grade satellite was also part of the rocket, per the science ministry information.
Also, there was a live telecast of the launch titled “ Fly high Nuri! Let’s go to space,” more than 200,000 people viewed this lunch online on Youtube.
South Korea has set out aspiring plans for outer space, which involves landing space crafts on the moon by 2032, in 2045, on Mars.
In Asia, many countries have advanced space plans involving the chins, India, and Japan. The South nuclear-armed neighbor North Korea is entering the club of a group of countries with satellites in space and can launch a craft in space.
The same technology was used in 2012 in space rockets and ballistic missiles. Pyongyang confirmed the launch of the 300 kg satellites in orbit. Washington said this was a disguised missile experiment.
However, the South Korean space sector has many records; in 2009 and 2010, their first two launches were made using Russian technology, and the two experiments were the biggest flop.
The other trail exploded two minutes into the flight, with Moscow and Seoul blaming each other.
Later, in 2013, the launch was successful, but they still used a Russian-designed engine and relied on it for their first stage.
Last year in June, south Korea successfully made its position and, on number seven, successfully launched the one-tonne payload on their rockets.
The launch of the Nuri rocket and the three phases took over a decade in the development process and almost cost two trillion won.