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Russian missile "Angara" in connection with the launch of a South Korean satellite

Russian missile "Angara" in connection with the launch of a South Korean satellite

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The launch of the Russian-made "Angara-1.2" rocket on the South Korean satellite has been postponed to another date because of the satellite's lack of readiness, Russian space magazine Ruski Kosmos reported.

The launch of the KOMPSAT-6 satellite for remote sensing of the Earth was planned early next year from Russia's Plesetsk space station.

It said the satellite would be launched with a slight delay in mid-2020.

The Korean satellite launch agreement was signed in 2016 between KARI and International Launch Services, according to an article in the magazine.

KOMPSAT-6 is Korea's sixth manufacturing satellite designed to monitor the earth's surface and to detect natural disasters and their catastrophic effects for later removal.

The fifth KOMPSAT-5 Korean satellite was launched in 2013 by a Russian-made Dnepr rocket.

Source: TASS

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