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KSLV-II (Korean Space Launch Vehicle-II) From Wikipedia: (Korean: 누리, meaning "world")
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The Epsilon Launch Vehicle, or Epsilon rocket is a Japanese solid-fuel rocket designed to launch scientific satellites. (from Wikipedia)
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National Space Organization (NSO or NSPO, Chinese: 國家太空中心) is the civilian space agency of Taiwan
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Festooning is a NASA term for symbols, mottos, and objects that decorate or embellish a spacecraft.
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Questions about the spacecraft Clementine that mapped the Moon in 1994.
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For unrealistic scenarios where complicating factors are intentionally ignored
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An orbital burn used to change orbit from earth orbit, to a Mars transfer orbit (a Solar orbit that will intercept the planet Mars).
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Ionospheric Connection Explorer or ICON is NASA's Earth observation satellite that will monitor the connection between Earth's ionosphere (below) and space weather (above).
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The Freedom of Information Act(FOIA) allows members of the American public to request documents from government agencies. Use this tag for information related to information from requests or rejected …
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Upper stage engine for the European Ariane 6 rocket, currently in development.
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The Italian Space Agency, or Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), has its headquarters and a Data Center in Rome, three operative centers in Matera, Trapani and Malindi, and managed the Broglio Space Cent…
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