South Korea Study Satellite Introduction from Commercial Airlines

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The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has commissioned a research project to study the feasibility of using a large commercial aircraft as a platform for satellite launch. South Korea’s largest airline Korean Air and Seoul National University have commenced a joint research project to explore…

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