North Korean satellite in Orbit.

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    The US have confirmed they detected an "object" in the Orbit. It is the new North Korean satellite, which was launched for peacefully purposes.

    South Korean President Lee Myung-bak convened an emergency meeting, what a stupid scaremongering.

    North American Aerospace Defense Command:
    "At no time was the missile or the resultant debris a threat to North America."


    Nobody can tell North Korea what to do.


    North Korea Launches Satellite; US Confirms Object In Orbit
     
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    The North Korean state seems to be run by a bunch of especially stupid monkeys but this does look a lot like a satellite launch as opposed to a nuke test.
    The technology involved is similar in a lot of ways but I didn't hear the roars of anger when the US did the same thing.
     
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    its not a satellite its a test of a delivery system for nuclear weapons, satellite is the cover story, nobody believes it though, it is very similar technology.
     
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    The maximum payload of the Unha 3 is 100 kilogram. "Experts" who scaremonger about the launch, should mention that too, don´t you think?

    Comparison: tho most common rocket for satellites, the Ariane, has a payload of up to 12000 kilogram.
     
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    What the hell? The US advanced technology didn't detect a NK launch until somebody spotted a satellite in space? Not what I expected from the last super-power on earth.
     
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    More blackmail for food and financial support from North Korea.:rolleyes:
     
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    n korea has no interest in satellite technology, they already have nuclear weapons the next stage is delivery systems, thats what this was, I dont know the details but Im sure they could scale it up if need be, its a bargaining chip to get the west to ease sanctions and give them food etc as said below.
     
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    Maybe Obama can see it in orbit in Waikiki.
     
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    Sounds good to me. Now can we stop sending taxpayer money to these idiots? Please?
     
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    Or Nuclear reactors like Bill Clinton gave them.
     

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