On 16 June 2023, the South Korean army will present the debris from the North Korean rocket that was carrying a military reconnaissance satellite and crashed into the sea in late May.
On 16 June 2023, the South Korean army will present the debris from the North Korean rocket that was carrying a military reconnaissance satellite and crashed into the sea in late May. © Yonhap/Pool/EPA/MaxPPP
US and South Korean experts worked together to examine a North Korean satellite that crashed into the sea in late May, but those teams are more interested in the device's Western parts than in Pyongyang's technological know-how. [...]
Published on 14.07.2023 at 04:00 GMT

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