The Korea Aerospace Research Institute on Monday released footage showing Korea's first rocket Naro successfully releasing its satellite payload into orbit. The Naro was launched on Jan. 30.
The six-minute footage was captured by two video cameras mounted on the rocket and shows the separations of the fairings, first-stage rocket and the satellite.
The fairings of the rocket, separated three minutes and 35 seconds after liftoff, and the first-stage rocket at three minutes and 51 seconds. The second-stage booster ignited at six minutes and 35 seconds and the Naro satellite was released and settled into earth orbit exactly nine minutes after blastoff.