I don't suppose they have a webpage with further information?
the first launch of the 15-ton test projectile Hanbit, scheduled for June next year at the Alcantara Launch Center in Brazil
Innospace is aiming for the first launch in the second half of 2022, and plans to enter the micro-satellite launch vehicle market in the future.
On Monday, December 6, 2021, INNOSPACE’s sounding rocket BLACK BIRD-3 was successfully launched for cloud seeding test of the National Institute of Meteorological Sciences (NIMS) at Defense Systems Test Center of Agency for Defense Development (ADD).The rocket deployed the cloud seeding flares at the target altitude of 2km as expected. BLACK BIRD–3 is a “cloud seeding” sounding rocket that employs a hybrid rocket.
Quote from: Babelfishthe first launch of the 15-ton test projectile Hanbit, scheduled for June next year at the Alcantara Launch Center in Brazilhttps://www.joongang.co.kr/article/25002931#home - 31 August 2021
Postponed from planned lift-off today after INNOSPACE found that it needed additional checkups on its valve of HANBIT-TLV. Team in the Alcântara Space Center will take hold of this issue soon, and set target launch date again.Hoping for lift-off soon. Stay tuned for updates!!
Ready for lift-off!! HANBIT-TLV on INNOSPACE launch pad ahead of launch attempt today from the Alcântara Space Center. Waiting for the optimal launch time, maybe between 6:00 and 8:00 am BRT. Hoping for successful launch. 💫🚀🇰🇷🇧🇷
Due to an error in a safety management system, found after the completed lift-off preparations of HANBIT-TLV, its test launch attempt has not made on Dec. 21 BRT unfortunately. After checkups with Brazilian Air Force, the new launch window can be set. Stay tuned for updates.
Expected to try again the HANBIT-TLV test flight in Q1 2023. Currently completed checkups for an unexpected system synchronization issue. Continuing our launch journey next year! Stay tuned for update. 🎥HANBIT-TLV on Dec. 21