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South Korea working on solid propellant engine

Submit on Sunday, September 19th, 2021 21:58

South Korea’s Institute for Defense Analyses managed to carry out successful firing tests of a solid-propellant engine for a new space launch vehicle recently, paving way for commercial launches of this type of rockets to start as early as in 2024, the defence ministry said.

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