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49 minutes ago, DDE said:

Oh dear, India isn't alone with utterly unoriginal rocket names.

It does have a name though.
 

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...The Nuri, which means “world” in Korean, is designed to place a payload of up to 3,300 pounds (1,500 kilograms) into an orbit more than 372 miles (600 kilometers) in altitude...

 

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The test flight of KSLV2 "Nuri" failed to reach orbit after the 3rd stage shut down 46 seconds too early

https://spaceflightnow.com/2021/10/21/south-korean-rocket-fails-to-reach-orbit-on-inaugural-test-flight/

As far as first launches go, I feel like this went fairly well compared to some of the other new entrants who didn't get to stage separation

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