We'd like have an in-depth look at Nuri launch with another expert.
Joining me is Wendy COBB, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies
Why do nations build national launch systems?
How does the KSLV-II stand comparison to other systems around the world?
What does the future hold in space exploration?
How is the space rocket development in the USA?
What should KSLV-II leave in the global space rocket development realm? How about private/commercial space flights like Blue Origin, and what are the benefits of KSLV-II in this regard (since South Korea doesn't have commercial space flights yet)?
How can the development benefit satellite launchers?
What can the development lead to? (e.g. military, communication…)
Why is there such a global race in the space?
It was Wendy COBB, Associate Professor at US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, thank you for your insights.