The first satellite footage taken by Naro space rocket or KSLV-1, Korea’s first space launch vehicle that was launched last month has been released.
Ministry of Educational Science and Technology (MEST) and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) released satellite footage of Korea peninsula and thermal image of china and announced on March 3, Naro space rocket operated as usual from March 1.
The footage was a demonstration of infrared light payload taken at an altitude of 500 kilometers on Feb. 17 and 21. Cheollian infrared footage confirmed the sensory on the payload worked properly.
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