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Title: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 07/12/2013 10:26 AM
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site (Country) - Time (UTC)


2009.08.25 - STSAT-2A - Naro-1 (KSLV-1) - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 08:00 (Failure)
2010.06.10 - STSAT-2B - Naro-1 (KSLV-1) - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 08:01:00.320 (Failure)
2013.01.30 - STSAT-2С - Naro-1 - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 07:00

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site (Country) - Time (UTC)


2017
TBD - TBD - Pilot launch vehicle - Naro

2019
2016-2017 2018 TBD - TBD - KSLV-2 - Naro

2020
TBD - Lunar orbiter - KSLV-2 - Naro (South Korea)
TBD - Lunar lander/rover - KSLV-2 - Naro

2030
TBD - TBD - Geostationary satellite launch vehicle - TBD

2040
TBD - TBD - Large geostationary satellite launch vehicle - TBD

Changes on November 16th
Changes on November 18th
Changes on November 28th
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 11/16/2013 08:48 AM
Countryís space agency releases images of lunar module and rover ahead of 2020 launch.

http://www.nature.com/news/south-korea-reveals-moon-lander-plans-1.14159

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2UU8B4_br8
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: plutogno on 11/16/2013 09:00 AM
South Korea reveals Moon-lander plans

already posted here http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=33272.0
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Steven Pietrobon on 11/18/2013 05:51 AM
There are two launchers for the Lunar program. One for an orbiter and one for a rover.
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 11/18/2013 07:19 PM
O'key! ;)
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 11/18/2013 07:26 PM
http://spaceports.blogspot.com/2013/04/south-korea-building-kslv-2-rocket.html
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 11/28/2013 09:22 AM
Korean new rocket family images.
http://japanese.joins.com/article/758/178758.html  (Japanese article)

They may change the Octaweb engine arrangement   ;D
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 11/28/2013 09:23 AM
http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/news/article/article.aspx?aid=2981096
Govít boosts its goals for space

Korea plans to launch an exploratory lunar probe aboard its own launch vehicle by June 2020 and later embark on missions to Mars and asteroids by 2040, the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning announced yesterday.
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Websorber on 04/04/2014 09:01 AM
S. Korea test-fires ballistic missile capable of striking North

http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html)

Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Zed_Noir on 04/04/2014 06:34 PM
S. Korea test-fires ballistic missile capable of striking North

http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html)

Looks like the upper stage of the venerable Nike-Hercules surface to air missile mated to a new monolithic solid booster motor. Should have the same performance in surface to surface ballistic role. About 500 km range with the original warhead mass of about 1000 kg with gains in range with a lighter warhead. Really doubt they have terminal guidance with this chimera.
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 02/08/2016 04:46 AM
http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20160131000352
Quote
Cho Gwang-rae, the president of KARI, pledged that it would spare no efforts to successfully build rocket engines for the KSLV-ll with domestic technology by December next year and to launch the three-stage, 300-ton rocket into space by 2020.

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/tech/2016/02/325_196872.html
Quote
The KARI said it has successfully established test facilities for a rocket engine. It hopes to build space rockets and launch one by 2020.
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: Salo on 02/08/2016 04:52 AM
Launched:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site (Country) - Time (UTC)


2009.08.25 - STSAT-2A - Naro-1 (KSLV-1) - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 08:00 (Failure)
2010.06.10 - STSAT-2B - Naro-1 (KSLV-1) - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 08:01:00.320 (Failure)
2013.01.30 - STSAT-2С - Naro-1 - Naro (South Korea/Russia) - 07:00

Scheduled:

Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site (Country) - Time (UTC)


2017
TBD - TBD - Pilot launch vehicle - Naro

2020
2019 TBD - TBD - KSLV-2 - Naro

2030
TBD - TBD - Geostationary satellite launch vehicle - TBD

2040
TBD - TBD - Large geostationary satellite launch vehicle - TBD

Unclear:
2020s - Lunar orbiter - KSLV-2 - Naro (South Korea)
2020s - Lunar lander/rover - KSLV-2 - Naro

Changes on February 8th
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: russianhalo117 on 02/09/2016 12:32 AM
S. Korea test-fires ballistic missile capable of striking North

http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2014/04/04/56/0301000000AEN20140404001251315F.html)

Looks like the upper stage of the venerable Nike-Hercules surface to air missile mated to a new monolithic solid booster motor. Should have the same performance in surface to surface ballistic role. About 500 km range with the original warhead mass of about 1000 kg with gains in range with a lighter warhead. Really doubt they have terminal guidance with this chimera.
booster stage is derivative of one of the Nike Sounding rockets and upper is Nike Derivative. Several variants of Nike family and its sounding rockets were deployed in S. Korea, Japan and other countries in the region. I'm aware of at least two sessions of technology transfer with S. Korea. more may have occurred. known transfers occurred between 1970s and 2000s

Nike-Hercules in S. Korea
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyunmoo
Title: Re: South Korean launch schedule
Post by: tul on 08/02/2016 09:34 PM
After 2019 Korea wants to launch up to 12 500 Kilo earth observation satellites.

http://www.kari.re.kr/eng/sub03_02_03.do