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South Korea’s 1st domestically-developed space rocket fails to put its dummy payload into orbit

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(G.N.S) Dt. 21 Seoul South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said that first domestically-developed space rocket failed to put its dummy payload into orbit after its maiden launch. The three-stage Nuri rocket was scheduled to be launched at around 4pm (700 GMT) with an aim to deliver a dummy payload – a 1.5-ton block of stainless steel and aluminum – into orbit 600 to 800 kilometers (372 to 497 miles)

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