satellite launch. (representative picture)
South Korea has made a big achievement in the field of satellite. It has launched a commercial grade satellite using a domestically made space rocket. According to media reports, South Korea has taken a big step in its effort to move forward in the space sector from its neighboring countries.
According to information received from foreign media, on Thursday evening, the Nuri rocket was launched for the third time from the Naro Space Center in South Korea. It is being told that earlier it was to be launched on Wednesday, but due to technical problems the launch was cancelled.
South Korea included in top seven countries: President
At the same time, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol expressed happiness over this achievement. He said that with this satellite launch, he has joined the top seven countries, which have installed indigenous satellites in space with indigenous spacecraft.
Technical problem surfaced
The President said that this will change the way South Korea looks at space science technology and its advanced industries. Let us tell you that due to technical problems on Wednesday, South Korea had stopped the launch just a few hours before the launch. According to media reports, there were some problems in the system controlling the helium tank on the launch pad.
Let us inform that KSLV-2 Nuri (KSLV-II Nuri) is South Korea’s first space ship made in their country. Only South Korean rocket technology has been used in its construction. According to the information, there is a possibility of launching three more satellites by the year 2027. Apart from this, Seoul is also working on a plan to launch military satellites.