“While controlling a helium valve, aerospace engineers found a communications problem between a launch control computer and a launch pad facility control computer,” Vice Science Minister Oh Tae-seog said in a briefing held at the Naro Space Center in Goheung. “The valve is OK but the system might matter when it goes into the automatic operation system. So we inevitably canceled the scheduled launch.”
…The committee will determine whether South Korea will go ahead with the launch on Thursday.
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