Korean Space Launch Vehicle arrives in south Korea

by | Aug 19, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit: Khrunichev Space Center 9 August 2008

The Khrunichev Space Center mockup first-stage for south Korea’s Korea Space Launch Vehicle arrives in the Asian country where it will be checked out at the Naro Space CenterThe first-stage mockup arrived in Pusan on 9 August on board a Polyot Antonov AN-100-124 Ruslan

Russian and Korean specialists will use the mockup for a series of acceptance tests involving ground integration and launch facilities

Go here for more details from the Khrunichev Space Center website and some more pictures

And here are more links to Khrunichev web pages dealing with the KSLV

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