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Debris of the Korea Space Launch Vehicle 1 (KSLV-1) to Hit West of Philippines

Manila Philippines -- South Korea plans to launch its domestically assembled satellite-carrying rocket into space on June 9, 2010 informing both the International Civil Aviation Organisation and the International Maritime Organisation of the launch plan to warn aircraft and ships.

Accordingly, Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) Flag State Administration issued Advisory No. 2010-09 dated June 3, 2010 to inform all shipping companies of the impending launching by the Republic of Korea of its Korea Space Launch Vehicle I (KSLV-I), wherein the 1st stage falling area is said to be west of the Philippines.

Yonhap news agency reported Monday, that 228 seconds after launch, the engine of the first stage main booster will be turned off and second stage rocket with satellite payload will separate 316km from Naro Space Center at an altitude of 196km, with main booster falling near the Philippines.

The planned launch, meanwhile, follows the "half successful" blastoff of the first KSLV-1 last August.

All concerned are advised to take all necessary precautions and if possible, avoid taking the aforementioned route in the western area of the Philippines.

News Report by: Yodz D. Insigne, Manila Philippines: 07 June 2010

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» Control Zone of ship traffic around Naro Space Center
» Control Zone of aircraft flight around Naro Space Center
» Falling areas of KSLV-1 and 1st Stage
» Information on the Launch of the KSLV-1 (Korea Launch Vehicle-1 Schedule), Launch Site and Direction

» Photo Credit: The rocket, named the Korea Space Launch Vehicle-1 (KSLV-1), will seek to place in orbit a 100 kg satellite by
» Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) Flag State Administration Advisory No. 2010-09  

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