More progress for Korea’s Khrunichev rocket

by | Dec 18, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit: Khrunichev Space Center / caption: this KSLV first-stage mock-up helped with the SLC tests

Russia’s Khrunichev Space Center has reported that qualification testing has been completed for Korea’s space launch vehicle’s (KSLV) launch complex’s pre-flight assembly and testing procedures ground equipment at the South Korean Naro Space Center. The Korea Aerospace Research Institute personnel and their Russian prime contractor used the KSLV-I booster first-stage mock-up, delivered in August, to perform the tests

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