South Korea poised to expand space programme with new satellites for 6G communications and national security

South Korea’s space programme is set for a major boost with new satellites to keep it at the forefront of the 6G communications competition and more eyes in the sky for national security purposes, the science minister said.Lim Hye-sook said this means launching multitasking satellites on home-grown rockets, and eventually a mission to the moon.“Space exploration will be the platform for new businesses,” said Lim, who received her doctorate in electrical engineering and computer science from the…

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