Can you let Boeing in on how to do fuel valves ?
South Korea today came close to joining the small club of nations that can build and launch their own orbital-class rockets, with its maiden attempt blasting off successfully then failing to deploy its payload. At 5pm local time (UTC+9), the rocket, named Nuri, or KSLV-II, left its launchpad at Naro Space Center, destined for …
Maybe, if instead of Westernised countries developing tens of independent satellite networks, they could work together to create a more cost effective tool for all their needs.
Good things happened when Britain worked with the French (Concorde?). And the Italians & Germans (Tornado).
Just how many different satellite launchers are needed, and how many different recon platforms.
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