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The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter will launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Thursday (Aug. 4) from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter is set to launch at 7:08 p.m. ET Thursday (Aug. 4) from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

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South Korea's first lunar orbiter successfully launched on a year-long mission to observe the Moon, Seoul said Friday, with the payload including a new disruption-tolerant network for sending data from space. One of the instruments will evaluate disruption-tolerant, network-based space communications, which, according to South Korea's science ministry, is a world first.South Korea's first lunar orbiter successfully launched on a year-long mission to observe the Moon, Seoul said Friday, with the payload including a new disruption-tolerant network for sending data from space. One of the instruments will evaluate disruption-tolerant, network-based space communications, which, according to South Korea's science ministry, is a world first.

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South Korea joined the stampede to the moon with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots. The satellite launched by SpaceX on Thursday is taking a long, roundabout path to conserve fuel and will arrive in December. If successful, it will join spacecraft from the US and India already operating around the moon, and a Chinese rover exploring theSouth Korea joined the stampede to the moon with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots. The satellite launched by SpaceX on Thursday is taking a long, roundabout path

South Korean spacecraft launched to the moon, country's 1st | Deccan Herald

By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter on Friday as it doubles down on its space programmes, aiming to land a probe on the moon by 2030. The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, nicknamed Danuri, meaning enjoy the Moon , will be launched on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral U.S. Space Force Station at 8:08 a.m. on Friday, South Korean time (2308 GMT on Thursday), South Korea's science ministry said. The launch was initially scheduled for last Wednesday but delayed because of an unspecified maintenance issue with the SpaceX rocket. The Danuri has successfully completed all preparations for about a month, and is currently mounted on the launch vehicle, the ministry said in a statement. If it succeeds, South Korea will become the world's seventh lunar explorer, and the fourth in Asia, behind China, Japan and India. The launch comes as South Korea accelerates its space programme, seeking to send a probe to the moon by 2030 and join nine countries working on the Artemis project aimed at returning to the moon by 2024. In July, South Korea successfully held a second test launch of its domestically produced Nuri rocket, and reported its first successful launch of a solid-fuel space-launch rocket in March as part of efforts to launch spy satellites. The 678 kg (1,495 lb) Danuri will be separated from the projectile about 40 minutes after launch, and it should begin communicating with a ground station within 60 minutes. It will enter the moon's orbit in December before starting a yearlong observation mission, including searching for a landing site and testing space internet technology, the ministry said. Space launches have long been a sensitive issue on the Korean peninsula, where North Korea faces international sanctions over its nuclear-armed ballistic missile programme. In March, North Korea called for expanding its space rocket launch site to advance its space ambitions, after South Korea and the United States accused it of testing a new intercontinental ballistic missile under the guise of launching a space vehicle. South Korea says its space programme is for peaceful and scientific purposes and any military use of the technology, such as in spy satellites, is for its defence. (Reporting by Hyonhee Shin; Editing by Robert Birsel)By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter on Friday as it doubles down on its space programmes, aiming to land a probe on the moon by 2030. The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, nicknamed Danuri, meaning "enjoy the Moon", will be launched on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral U.S. Space Force Station at 8:08 a.m. on Friday, South Korean time (2308 GMT on Thursday), South Korea's science ministry said. The launch was initially scheduled for last Wednesday but delayed because of an unspecified maintenance issue with the SpaceX rocket. "The Danuri has successfully completed all preparations for about a month, and is currently mounted on the launch vehicle," the ministry said in a statement. If it succeeds, South Korea will become the world's seventh lunar explorer, and the fourth in Asia, behind China, Japan and India. The launch comes as South Korea accelerates its space programme, seeking to send a probe to the moon by 2030 and join nine countries working on the Artemis project aimed at returning to the moon by 2024. In July, South Korea successfully held a second test launch of its domestically produced Nuri rocket, and reported its first successful launch of a solid-fuel space-launch rocket in March as part of efforts to launch spy satellites. The 678 kg (1,495 lb) Danuri will be separated from the projectile about 40 minutes after launch, and it should begin communicating with a ground station within 60 minutes. It will enter the moon's orbit in December before starting a yearlong observation mission, including searching for a landing site and testing space internet technology, the ministry said. Space launches have long been a sensitive issue on the Korean peninsula, where North Korea faces international sanctions over its nuclear-armed ballistic missile programme. In March, North Korea called for expanding its space rocket launch site to advance its space ambitions, after South Korea and the United States accused it of testing a new intercontinental ballistic missile under the guise of launching a space vehicle. South Korea says its space programme is for peaceful and scientific purposes and any military use of the technology, such as in spy satellites, is for its defence. (Reporting by Hyonhee Shin; Editing by Robert Birsel)

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South Korea's first moon mission will search for ice in permanently shadowed polar craters.South Korea's first moon mission will search for ice in permanently shadowed polar craters.

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South Korea prepares to launch its first moon probe, while the U.S. finds a place to live in a lunar cave.South Korea set to launch its first lunar probe while the U.S. finds a possible future home for lunar astronauts

The U.S. Has Long Studied the Moon. Now South Korea Joins In | Time

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket has become the first in history to launch a spacecraft to the Moon using reused hardware. That spacecraft: a domestically-developed South Korean ‘pathfinder’ and Moon orbiter known as KPLO or Danuri. Weighing about 678 kilograms (~1500 lb) and roughly the size of a small car, KPLO will be the South Korea’s […]

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SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to send the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, KPLO, to the Moon.SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to send the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, KPLO, to the Moon.

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Seoul - South Korea's first mission to the Moon, the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO), launched Thursday (4/8/2022). The launch is on a mission to detectSeoul - South Korea's first mission to the Moon, the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO), launched Thursday (4/8/2022). The launch is on a mission to detect

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I love the duality of North and South Korea. The two countries almost feel like the real-life version of the Animaniacs' "good idea, bad idea" segments. However, instead of silly gags, it's about the differences between tyranny and representative democracy.  No one can deny that South Korea is having a cultural moment right now. Between Parasite winning the…I love the duality of North and South Korea. The two countries almost feel like the real-life version of the Animaniacs’ “good idea, bad idea” segments. However, instead of s…

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<p><strong>SEOUL</strong>: The upcoming launch of South Korea's first lunar orbiter mission will be postponed by at least two days due to additional maintenance of a SpaceX rocket, the Ministry of Science and ICT said Thursday.</p><p><strong>SEOUL</strong>: The upcoming launch of South Korea's first lunar orbiter mission will be postponed by at least two days due to additional maintenance of a SpaceX rocket, the Ministry of Science and ICT said Thursday.</p>

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The unmanned spacecraft will launch next week and begin to orbit the moon in mid-DecemberThe unmanned spacecraft will launch next week and begin to orbit the moon in mid-December

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No earlier than (NET) 7:08 pm EDT (23:08 UTC), August 4th, a flight-proven Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to lift

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South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...

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CAPE CANAVERAL/SEOUL, Aug. 5 (Korea Bizwire) – South Korea’s first lunar orbiter has successfully communicated with its ground …

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A Falcon 9 rocket during its launch last July. picture: SpaceXSouth Korea embarks on its first lunar mission, And SpaceX to help out. You can watch thisA Falcon 9 rocket during its launch last July. picture: SpaceXSouth Korea embarks on its first lunar mission, And SpaceX to help out. You can watch this

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South Korea's first-ever lunar orbiter was launched on Thursday from the United States. The orbiter named Danuri was carried on a Falcon 9 rocket and was launched by US aerospace company SpaceX from Florida's Cape Canaveral US Space Force Station.South Korea's first-ever lunar orbiter was launched on Thursday from the United States. The orbiter named Danuri was carried on a Falcon 9 rocket and was launched by US aerospace company SpaceX from Florida's Cape Canaveral US Space Force Station.

South Korea launches first lunar orbiter Danuri from Florida's Cape Canaveral US Space Force Station

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South Korea has joined the stampede to the moon with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots.South Korea has joined the stampede to the moon with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots.

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Danuri, officially known as the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, will orbit the celestial body for a year. Danuri, officially known as the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, will orbit the celestial body for a year.Nature - Danuri, officially known as the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, will orbit the celestial body for a year.

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Rest of World News: CAPE CANAVERAL: South Korea joined the stampede to the moon Thursday with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots.Rest of World News: CAPE CANAVERAL: South Korea joined the stampede to the moon Thursday with the launch of a lunar orbiter that will scout out future landing spots.

South Korean spacecraft launched to the moon, country's 1st - Times of India

South Korea’s first lunar orbiter in its history of space development, also known as ‘Danuri (KPLO)…South Korea’s first lunar orbiter in its history of space development, also known as ‘Danuri (KPLO)…

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Not before (NET) 7:08 p.m. EDT (23:08 UTC), August 4, the airline's proven Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to blast off from SpaceX's Cape Canaveral SpaceNot before (NET) 7:08 p.m. EDT (23:08 UTC), August 4, the airline's proven Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to blast off from SpaceX's Cape Canaveral Space

SpaceX is set to launch the moon for the first time [webcast]

South Korea joined the list of countries with ambitious plans in space, and it took to the moon on Thursday.Its first lunar spacecraft, named Danuri, wasSouth Korea joined the list of countries with ambitious plans in space, and it took to the moon on Thursday.Its first lunar spacecraft, named Danuri, was

South Korea launched its first lunar mission on a SpaceX rocket

South Korea's first-ever lunar orbiter was launched from the US Thursday on a year-long mission to observe the Moon, live video showed, with a payload including a new disruption-tolerant network for…South Korea's first-ever lunar orbiter was launched from the US Thursday on a year-long mission to observe the Moon, live video showed, with a payload including a new disruption-tolerant network for…

South Korea launches first lunar orbiter

SpaceX will launch the KPLO spacecraft to a trans-lunar orbit from Space Launch Complex 40, at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.SpaceX will launch the KPLO spacecraft to a trans-lunar orbit from Space Launch Complex 40, at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

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SpaceX is scheduled to launch a Falcon 9 rocket carrying South Korea’s first space exploration mission from Cape Canaveral on Tuesday, August 2. [...]

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Scheduled for Tuesday, August 2 at Cape Canaveral - Space Coast Daily

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, or KPLO, lifts off from launch complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Fla.,A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, or KPLO, lifts off from launch complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Cape Canaveral, Fla.,

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SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will liftoff with South Korea's Moon orbiter from NASA's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 4:38 am IST on August 5.SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will liftoff with South Korea's Moon orbiter from NASA's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 4:38 am IST on August 5.

SpaceX to launch South Korea's first Moon mission on August 5; here's how to watch live

South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...

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South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...South Korea is set to launch its first lunar orbiter as it doubles down on its space programs,...

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South Korea is set to become the seventh country in the world to launch an unmanned probe to the Moon.South Korea is set to become the seventh country in the world to launch an unmanned probe to the Moon.

'Enjoy the moon': South Korea to launch Danuri, its maiden lunar mission on Aug 4 - SCIENCE News

The Danuri mission, after a long and fuel-efficient journey, will help to study the moon’s magnetic field and some of its coldest and darkest places.The Danuri mission, after a long and fuel-efficient journey, will help to study the moon’s magnetic field and some of its coldest and darkest places.

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SEOUL, July 27 (Korea Bizwire) — A senior official of the U.S. space agency has said he was “very impressed” by South …

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