Nuri (KSLV-2) [KARI]
The Nuri (KSLV-2) is a South Korean orbital rocket. Contrary to the Naro-1 (KSLV-1) it is completely indigeniously developped at KARI.
Stage 1 of KSLV is 3.3 m in diameter and features four Kerosene and LOX fueled KRE-075 engines. Stage two is 2.6 m in diameter, uses the same fuel and oxidizer and is powered by single KRE-075 engine. Stage three is also 2.6 m in diameter and is powered by a KRE-007 engine.
The KSLV-2 is capable to put 1500 kg into a 700 km sun-syncronous orbit.
Component tests will be performed on the KSLV-2-TLV test launch in October 2018. The maiden flight of the complete KSLV-2 took place in on 21 October 2021 from Naro, but failed to reach orbit due to early shut down of stage 3.
|Version||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3|
|Nuri (KSLV-2)||Stage 1 / 4 × KRE-075||Stage 2 / KRE-075V||Stage 3 / KRE-007V|
Nr TypeNr Vehicle Serial Date LS Suc Payload
1 1 Nuri 21.10.2021 Na LP-2 F Nuri Test Payload 1 2 2 Nuri 21.06.2022 Na LP-2 PVSAT / STEP Cube Lab 2 / MIMAN / RANDEV / SNUGLITE 2 / Dummy Cubesat / Nuri Test Payload 2 3 3 Nuri 25.05.2023 Na LP-2 NEXTSat 2 / SNIPE A, B, C, D / Lumir-T1 / KSAT3U / JAC Planned: 4 4 Nuri xx.xx.2024 Na LP-2 CAS500 3 5 5 Nuri xx.xx.2026 Na LP-2 ? 6 6 Nuri xx.xx.2027 Na LP-2 ? Launch sites: Na = Naro Space Center, Goheung County, South Jeolla, South Korea