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South Korea’s Nuri Rocket Successfully Delivers Eight Satellites Into Orbit

South Korea's KSLV-2, more commonly known as Nuri, executed a flawless mission on Thursday, May 25, deploying eight payloads into Sun-synchronous orbit. The launch was spearheaded by the Korean Space Research Institute (KARI) marking their inaugural mission for 2023, and also denoting the third time Nuri has embarked on an orbital flight.

The launch occurred at 11:24 am local time from the Naro Space Center. Among the satellites, the primary payload was the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellite NEXTSat-2, a brainchild of the Technology Research Center. Accompanying NEXTSat-2 were seven CubeSat satellites.

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