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YASNYI, the Orenburg region, August 22 (Itar-Tass) - A Dnepr carrier rocket put a South Korean remote sensing satellite in orbit on Thursday. The Dnepr rocket carrier was created on the basis of an RS-20 inter-continental ballistic missile (SS-18 “Satana” by NATO classification), an official spokesman for the Russian Strategic Purpose Troops said.
“The satellite separated from the rocket carrier’s third stage at 18:55 Moscow time,” he said.