Tag Archives: SpaceFlight

North Korea’s Reassembly Activity at the Sohae Satellite Launch Facility

Post Hanoi news has been dominated by reassembly activity at Sohae. What might it mean for North Korea’s space programme and nuclear talks with the US? Continue reading

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Iran’s Failed Simorgh Launch of the Payam Satellite

Why did Iran’s launch of the Payam satellite fail, and was it really a disguised ICBM test? Continue reading

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Minotaur IV Launches ORS-5 Satellite: What’s the Deal With the Secondary Payloads?

The Minotaur IV Space Launch Vehicle is an adapted MX or Peacekeeper solid fuelled ICBM for delivery of satellites into low earth orbit, and a Minotaur IV was launched for the first time from Cape Canaveral on August 25 (not … Continue reading

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