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Russia to build space launch pad in South Korea by 2007


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28 October 2004 15:23

Russia to built launch pad in South Korea



Russia will build a space launch pad in South Korea for launching civil use boosters. As Vyacheslav Davydenko, spokesman for the Federal Aerospace Agency (Rosaviakosmos), told an ITAR-TASS correspondent today, "Rosaviakosmos has just signed a contract with South Korea on construction of a small launch pad for boosters to be used for civil and space exploration purposes".

According to the Rosaviakosmos head Anatoliy Perminov, the Russian side "will have to execute the contract by the end of 2007".

In September [this year], President of South Korea Roh Moo-Hyun visited the Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Centre, which is involved in carrying out of the project. "According to the bilateral intergovernmental agreement, the Khrunichev Centre will also produce the first stage of a light class booster for the Korean partners. It is planned to organize a joint production of the aerospace equipment in the future," the Centre told to an ITAR-TASS correspondent.

The first Korean astronaut will also fly to orbit with Russia's assistance. In September, Vladimir Putin personally promised to Roh Moo-Hyun that Russia would undertake first Korean astronaut's flight preparation. "Russia will prepare and organize the Korean astronaut's flight on board a Russian spacecraft," Putin said summarizing the talks with his Korean counterpart in the Kremlin.

The joint declaration signed by Putin and Roh Moo-Hyun points out that the first Korean astronaut will carry out the flight in 2007.

According to the South Korean ministry of science and technology, next year, South Korea will select the first two astronauts for the flight on board a Russian spacecraft. A four stage selection process includes the future astronauts' physical condition examination, their knowledge of English and scientific background, as well as an interview. After that, in May [2005] the names of those, who from July 2005 to March 2007 will be trained at the Yuriy Gagarin cosmonaut training centre, will become known.



Source: ITAR-TASS news agency, Moscow

BBC Monitoring





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