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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #40 on: 05/08/2022 08:14 pm »
Any update about next Nuri's launch?

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #41 on: 05/08/2022 11:16 pm »
Any update about next Nuri's launch?

Still scheduled for June 15, as of a few weeks ago:

金총리 “6월 누리호 2차 발사…우주로 솟아오르는 모습 기대” (Prime Minister Kim: “Second launch of Nuri in June… Looking forward to soaring into space.”) [dated Apr. 21]

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Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom said on the 21st, "I expect to see the Nuri soaring into the vast space in the second launch in June."

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According to the Ministry of Science and ICT, the second scheduled launch date for the Nuri is June 15. In the future, the launch management committee will finalize the launch date in consideration of weather conditions, etc.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #42 on: 05/22/2022 07:35 pm »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6850
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Test Flight
Launch Time
Wed Jun 15, 2022 09:00 GMT+3
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Mission Details
Satellite Mockup
Payloads: 1
Total Mass: 1,300 kg
Low Earth Orbit
Location
LC-1, Naro Space Center, South Korea

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #43 on: 05/22/2022 08:02 pm »
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
2021.10.21 - Dummy Payload - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2 - 08:00 (Failure)
2022.06.21  - PVSAT (Performance Verification Satellite) [STEP Cube Lab 2, MIMAN (Cubesatyonsei), RANDEV (ASTRIS 2), SNUGLITE 2], Dummy Payload - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2 - 07:00

Foreign launchers:
1992.08.10 - Kitsat 1 (Uribyol 1, Kitsat-OSCAR 23, KO 23) - Ariane-42P H10 - Kourou ELA-2 -23:08:07
1993.09.26 - Kitsat 2 (Uribyol 2, Kitsat-OSCAR 25, KO 25) - Ariane-40 H10 - Kourou ELA-2 - 01:45
1999.05.26 - Kitsat 3 (Uribyol 3) - PSLV-G (2) - Sriharikota FLP - 06:22
1999.12.21 - KOMPSAT 1 (Arirang 1) - Taurus-2110 - Vandenberg 576E - 07:13
2003.09.27 - STSAT 1 (KAISTSat 4, Uribyol 4) - Kosmos-3M - Plesetsk 132/1 - 06:11
2006.07.26 - HAUSAT 1 - Dnepr - Baikonur 109/95 - 19:43 (Failure)
2006.07.28 - KOMPSAT 2 (Arirang 2) - Rokot/Briz-KM - Plesetsk 133/3 - 07:05
2012.05.17 - KOMPSAT 3 (Arirang 3) - H-2A-202 - Tanegashima YLP-1 - 16:39
2012.09.13 - CINEMA 1 - Atlas V 401 - VandenbergSLC-3E - 21:39
2013.04.19 - OSSI 1 - Soyuz-2-1a - Baikonur 31/6 - 10:00
2013.08.22 - KOMPSAT 5 (Arirang 5) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy 370/13 - 14:39
2013.11.21 - STSAT 3 (Gwahaggisul-wiseong 3), CINEMA 2 (KHUSAT 1), CINEMA 3 (KHUSAT 2) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy 370/13 - 07:10:11
2015.03.25 - KOMPSAT 3A (Arirang 3A) - Dnepr - Dombarovskiy 370/13 - 22:08
2017.04.18 - LINK (QB50 KR01), SNUSAT 1 (QB50 KR02), SNUSAT 1b (QB50 KR03) - Atlas V 401 (AV-074) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 12:29
2018.01.12 - CANYVAL-X 1, CANYVAL-X 2, CNUSail 1 (Papillon), KAUSAT 5, SIGMA (KHUSAT 3), STEP Cube Lab - PSLV-XL - Sriharikota FLP - 03:59       
2018.12.03 - NEXTSat 1, SNUSAT 2, K2SAT, SNUGLITE, VisionCube - Falcon-9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 18:34:05
2018.12.04 - GEO-KOMPSAT 2A (GK 2A, Cheollian 2A) - Ariane-5ECA - Kourou ELA-3 - 20:37:07.3
2020.02.18 - GEO-KOMPSAT 2B (GK 2B, Cheollian 2B) - Ariane-5ECA+ - Kourou ELA-3 - 22:18:07.3
2021.03.22 – CAS500-1, CANYVAL-C 1 (Pumbaa), CANYVAL-C 2 (Timon), KMSL – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Baikonur, 31/6 - 06:07:12.770
2022.05.25 – Sejong 1 (LEMUR 2 HANCOM-1) - Falcon 9-156 (B1061.8 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 18:35:00
2022.08.4 - Danuri (KPLO - Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter) - Falcon 9-168 (B1052.6 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 23:08:48

Scheduled:

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


2022
December - TBD - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

Foreign launchers:
Q1   June  August 9 - CAS500-2 (TBD), SNIPE A (KASI-SAT A) (TBD), SNIPE B (KASI-SAT B) (TBD), SNIPE С (KASI-SAT С) (TBD), SNIPE D (KASI-SAT D) (TBD) – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat – Baikonur 31/6

2023
TBD - CAS500-3 - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

Foreign launchers:
Q1   2022   TBD - KOMPSAT-6 – Angara-A1.2/AM – Plesetsk, 35/1
TBD - SNIPE A (KASI-SAT A), SNIPE B (KASI-SAT B), SNIPE С (KASI-SAT С), SNIPE D (KASI-SAT D) - TBD - TBD
TBD - KOMPSAT-6 - TBD - TBD
TBD - CAS500-2 - TBD - TBD

TBD - CAS500-4 - Falcon-9 - TBD
September 2022   TBD - KOMPSAT-7 - Vega C - Kourou ZLV

2024
TBD - TBD - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2
TBD - TBD - Solid propellant rocket - Naro
TBD - PolCube - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

2025
TBD - CAS500-5 - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

2026
TBD - TBD - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

2027
TBD - TBD - Nuri (KSLV-2) - Naro LC-2

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 - 425 Project radar satellite 1 - TBD - TBD         
2020s - 425 Project radar satellite 2 - TBD - TBD   
2020s - 425 Project radar satellite 3 - TBD - TBD
2020s - 425 Project radar satellite 4 - TBD - TBD
2020s - Perseus O 1, Perseus O 2, Perseus O 3, Perseus O 4 - TBD - TBD
2020s - Perseus O 5, Perseus O 6, Perseus O 7, Perseus O 8 - TBD - TBD
  2020s   Early 2030s - Lunar lander/rover -   KSLV-2   TBD - Naro
Mid-2030s - missions to Mars - TBD - Naro
Mid-2030s -  near-Earth asteroids - TBD - Naro


Changes on May 22nd
Changes on May 31st
Changes on June 15th
Changes on June 18th
Changes on June 21st
Changes on July 30th
Changes on October 8th
« Last Edit: 10/08/2022 08:24 am by Salo »

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #44 on: 05/30/2022 04:10 pm »

South Korean company INNOSPACE has unveiled its Hanbit-TLV "한빛-TLV" rocket which is in the testing phase before being shipped to Brazil for launch later this year. The rocket has a height of 16.3 meters and an engine thrust of 15 tons.
https://n.news.naver.com/article/018/0005228341
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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #45 on: 06/07/2022 09:51 am »
https://spacenews.com/south-koreas-double-digit-space-budget-boost/
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Some $70 million is budgeted for work on the Korean Positioning System, a constellation of eight navigation satellites South Korea aims to deploy between 2027 and 2034. Satellite production is expected to begin in 2024 after completing work this year on core navigation technology.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #46 on: 06/14/2022 07:35 am »
Any update about next Nuri's launch?
Now targeting June 16 due to winds and rain.
https://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20220614000722
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The launch of homegrown rocket Nuri will be delayed by one day to Thursday due to windy weather at the launch site, the Ministry of Science and ICT said Tuesday, a day before the space rocket was to be launched.
« Last Edit: 06/14/2022 07:35 am by wesley »

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #47 on: 06/18/2022 07:10 am »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6850
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Test Flight 2
Launch Time
Tue Jun 21, 2022 09:00 GMT+3

Second flight of KSLV-2 and first flight of this rocket with payloads.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #49 on: 06/21/2022 07:41 am »
https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1539141848463187970?cxt=HHwWhICxiejWkNwqAAAA
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LAUNCH of South Korea's Nuri no. 2 vehicle at 0700 UTC; stage 1 has separated and stage 2 ignition

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #51 on: 07/30/2022 01:20 pm »
https://www.science.org/content/article/lunar-orbiter-south-korea-will-join-revived-race-explore-moon
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And two cameras that make up the Lunar Terrain Imager will capture stereoscopic images of lunar features and scout for landing sites for a future South Korean lander.

KPLO comes on the heels of the first successful launch of South Korea’s own rocket, the three-stage KSLV-II, or Nuri, on 21 June. Also developed by KARI, Nuri put a dummy satellite and four smaller CubeSats into orbit. “We now have the capability of launching our own satellites using our own launch vehicle,” says Eunhyeuk Kim says. KARI is already planning a more powerful rocket that could carry a lander to the Moon by the early 2030s. And South Korea even has hopes for missions to Mars and near-Earth asteroids in the mid-2030s. But Eunhyeuk Kim doesn’t foresee a sudden burst of scientific missions using Nuri. Unfortunately, “It’s still more expensive than the Falcon 9,” the vehicle developed by SpaceX, he says.

KASI has its own ambitions. The institute is studying the possibility of putting its growing polarimetry expertise to work on an asteroid mission. And the NASA Langley Research Center turned to the South Korean team to jointly develop PolCube, an Earth-observing CubeSat with optics based on the PolCam design. Planned for launch in 2024, PolCube will analyze fine dust particles hovering over cities.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #52 on: 07/30/2022 01:22 pm »
https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/life/motoring/2022-07-28-the-next-moon-buggy-may-be-a-hyundai-kia/
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Hyundai and Kia are going to the moon. The sister automotive companies, who have pioneered technologies such as robotics and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), are now expanding their vision beyond the bounds of Earth and into space.

Hyundai and Kia have signed agreements with six Korean research institutes and formed a consultative body to develop mobility solutions to explore the surface of the moon.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #53 on: 09/30/2022 10:17 pm »
Cross-post:

South Korea seeks $32.9 million to launch satellites grounded by Russia sanctions [dated Sept. 30]

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South Korea’s science ministry plans to set aside 47.2 billion won ($32.9 million) in next year’s budget to launch two satellites that have been left grounded because of Western sanctions on Russia over the war in Ukraine. Once the requested budget is endorsed by congress, the ministry will nix the existing launch contracts with Russia and make a “package deal” with a launch company in the United States or Europe for the two satellites: CAS500-2 remote sensing satellite and KOMPSAT-6 multipurpose satellite.

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While the ministry didn’t specify launch companies it wants to talk with, reports indicate that the ministry would choose one between SpaceX and Arianespace.

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The ministry plans to nix the contracts for CAS500-2 and KOMPSAT-6 regardless of the possibility of requesting any reimbursement, while keeping the contract for SNIPE in place, hoping it would enable another Korean satellite to launch on a Russian rocket in the future.

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #54 on: 11/23/2022 05:56 pm »
Does anyone know's if the South Korean's will go forward with another Nuri in December?

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Re: South Korean launch schedule
« Reply #55 on: 11/23/2022 08:12 pm »
Does anyone know's if the South Korean's will go forward with another Nuri in December?

Seems like it's been delayed to the first half of 2023:

Nuri-ho technology transfer priority negotiation company is Hanwha Aerospace [dated Oct. 7]

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Within the next 30 days, Hanwha Aerospace will proceed with negotiations with Korea Aerospace Industries on details of work and technology transfer items, and will be finalized as a system comprehensive company through a contract in November. After that, the Ministry of Science and ICT announced that it will participate in pre-preparation and launch operation for the third launch of Nuri, scheduled for the first half of next year.

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