After launch, the Nuri was put into the target orbit according to the set flight sequence, and successfully separated and settled the next-generation small satellite No. 2.In the case of the 6 Cube Satellites, which are auxiliary satellites, it was confirmed that the ejection proceeded normally.
CelesTrak has GP data for 1 object from the launch (2023-072) of NEXTSAT-2 and 7 microsatellites atop a Nuri rocket from Naro Space Center on May 25 at 0924 UTC: en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN202305…. Data for the launch can be found at: https://celestrak.org/NORAD/elements/table.php?INTDES=2023-072
Satellite manifest?NEXTSat-2SNIPE A/B/C/D (cubesats)Two more cubesats, but we thought there would be three more?7 satellites total?
English overview of the launch from KARI:
Deployment of NEXTSat-2 and 6 cubesats except SNIPE-3 was confirmed, but SNIPE-3 does not appear to be separated from Nuri
During this third launch, Nuri launched the next-generation small satellite No. 2 and six cube satellites sequentially at the target altitude.However, it is presumed that the Toyosaat 3 was not ejected because the signal for opening and closing the ejection pipe door and the acceleration measurement value of the 3rd stage of the Nuri were not confirmed.Hangwooyeon plans to conduct an analysis to determine the cause.thank you