Oh Tae-seok, the first vice minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology Information and Communication, said on the 21st, Nuri will launch at 4 pm as originally scheduled.
At 2 o’clock, the launch verification committee reviewed the technical inspection situation, weather, and the possibility of collision of space objects and concluded that there was no problem in 4 o’clock. The wind speed is 4m per second and the high-rise wind speed is 15m per second. It is analyzed that there is little possibility of lightning.
Nuri finished 2:27 fuel charging and 3 pm charging. The launch vehicle standing device withdraws, and the launch automatic operation (PLO) begins from 3:50, 10 minutes before the launch. If abnormalities are detected during automatic operation, the launch is automatically stopped.
The goal is to reach 700km of the target, which is an altitude of 700 km, which is 7.5m per second, and the performance verification satellite and satellite mimics are sent to settle down.
In the 2-3 minutes after the takeoff, the first and second stage, pairing, etc. are separated, and the performance verification satellite and the satellite simulation are separated between 15 and 16 minutes. 42 minutes after the satellite separation, the satellite GPS information can be received as the connection with the Antarctic Sejong base is made.
Vice Minister Oh Tae-seok said, The Ministry of Science and Technology and Hang Woo-yeon will do their best to prepare for the launch so that they can successfully verify Nuri’s flight performance.