North Korea Fails Second Attempt to Launch Spy Satellite
North Korea’s second attempt to launch a spy satellite has failed once again, but the country has vowed to make another attempt in October. The failed launch prompted neighboring Japan to issue a brief evacuation order for some residents. North Korea’s space agency said it used a new-type carrier rocket to put the reconnaissance satellite into orbit, but the launch failed due to an error in the emergency blasting system. The National Aerospace Development Administration plans to make a third launch attempt after studying what went wrong with the recent launch.
Experts believe that despite the failures, North Korea is determined to acquire this military asset coveted by leader Kim Jong Un. Senior diplomats from the U.S., Japan, and South Korea condemned the launch, noting that the repeated provocations from North Korea will only strengthen their cooperation. The launch of the rocket violated U.N. Security Council resolutions that ban any launches by North Korea using ballistic technologies.
Despite the failures, North Korea has quickly acknowledged them and shown perseverance. It remains to be seen if the country will attempt another successful satellite launch or focus on advancing its nuclear and missile capabilities.
– Korean Central News Agency
– Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
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