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After Pyongyang last week, South Korea launches its first spy satellite

2023-12-01T18:48:05.067Z

Highlights: After Pyongyang last week, South Korea launches its first spy satellite. The South Korean aircraft is to monitor the activities of nuclear-armed North Korea. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from California on Friday, according to the U.S. space company's live broadcast, less than two weeks after Pyongyang launched its own military reconnaissance satellite. If successfully placed in orbit, the South Korean satellite will monitor the Activities of Nuclear-armed N. Korea. The satellite is expected to remain in orbit for at least a year.


The South Korean aircraft is to monitor the activities of nuclear-armed North Korea.


A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying South Korea's first spy satellite lifted off from California on Friday, according to the U.S. space company's live broadcast, less than two weeks after Pyongyang launched its own military reconnaissance satellite.

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If successfully placed in orbit, the South Korean satellite will monitor the activities of nuclear-armed North Korea.

Source: lefigaro

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