South Korea launches its first rocket into space
South Korea has launched its first rocket into space just a week after the Naro Space Centre abandoned a first attempt because of a software glitch.
Seoul says the launch is meant to get the country into the satellite market, but North Korea remains skeptical.
Al Jazeera’s Tony Birtley reports from Seoul, the South Korean capital.
A Russian rocket carrying a US space tourist is on its way to the International Space Station.
Charles Simonyi is the first tourist to take a second trip into space.
The Soyuz spaceship will take the number of people living on the orbiting space station to six – the highest number to date
Neave Barker reports.