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South Korea launched its first unified space agency on Monday, when the Korea AeroSpace Administration (KASA) took flight in the city of Sacheon. Since 1989, Korean space matters have been handled by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI). But its focus has been narrow. Astronomical research and cooperation with …

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