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South Korea and the United States will exchange space information

South Korea has become the sixth country to have an agreement on the exchange of space information with the United States, according to news agency RUSKOR. Countries have signed an agreement on the exchange of information on satellites and other orbital objects to prevent their accidental collisions.

According to the memorandum of understanding, South Korea's air forces will receive better and timely space information in exchange for information on the location of satellites and radio frequencies provided to the US strategic command.

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