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The Korean Lunar Exploration Project will be the stage to raise Korea's space technology to the next level and to integrate the national scientific and technical capabilities accumulated by South Korea over the years.
KARI is conducting cooperative fusion research to utilize the technologies owned by government-invested research institutes for lunar exploration.
The cooperative fusion research for lunar research began in 2014 with the participation of fifteen government-invested research institutes including KARI. Various subcommittees of the program are currently conducting research programs related with the lunar probe, payload, a deep space earth station, and rover research.
The cooperative fusion research will identify and analyze technologies owned by the participating research institutes for lunar exploration and actually apply them to deep space development.