In Khrunichev. Khrunichev are close to completing work on the creation of the first stage for the South Korean rocket easy class KSLV-1. In July the scheduled trial stage to control the test bench of the plant, and in August to implement sending products to South Korea.
The third launch rocket KSLV-1 from launch pad National Space Centre "Naro" is scheduled for the fourth quarter of this year.
Cooperation South Korea and Russia in the field of missile technology has been going on for eight years. In 2004, a contract was signed on behalf of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) to design and build a space rocket booster easy class KSLV.
According to the Seoul Press, the South Korean "Naro" (KSLV-1) by 80% repeats, "Angara", developed by the State Research and Production Space Center Khrunichev. To start the program with Russia in South Korea built the space center and launch pad on the island Venarodo — in the Strait, which separates Korea from Japan. (