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North Korea Wants Its Flag On Moon In 10 Years.
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'Kim Jong Un orders his scientists to send more advanced satellites into orbit
with the ultimate aim to "conquer space".

North Korea is aiming to plant its flag on the moon within 10 years.'

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...That is according to a director at the country's version of NASA, who also
said international sanctions would not prevent them putting more advanced
satellites into orbit over the next five years.

Hyon Kwang Il, a scientist at North Korea's National Aerospace Development
Administration, told AP: "Even though the US and its allies try to block our space
development, our aerospace scientists will conquer space and definitely plant
the flag of the DPRK on the moon."

He added that North Korean intends "to do manned spaceflight and scientific
experiments in space, make a flight to the moon and moon exploration and also
exploration to other planets".

Leader Kim Jong Un has ordered scientists to launch more Earth observation
satellites and, in what would be a significant advance, the country's first
geostationary communications satellite, Mr Hyon said.

"All of this work will be the basis for the flight to the moon," Mr Hyon said, adding
that he personally would like to see that happen "within 10 years' time".

The comments were published a day after North Korea launched a missile that
landed in Japanese waters for the first time in nearly 20 years.

This prompted the US to warn it was ready to defend "ourselves and our allies".

Mr Hyon denied the space program was designed to strengthen the country
militarily.

He said they had already developed long-range missiles that could reach
anywhere on Earth and so "there is no need for our state to use the space
program for ballistic missile development".
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N. Korea's Attempts at a Moon Launch.
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Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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Oh no, I can't see much good coming from this, especially considering the fact that the US has just given a private company the authority to go there in the very near future. 

I can see conflict on the moon just as there is on the earth.
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Great.... just great ..... who told lil kimmie moon made of cheese ..... now we all doomed once he eats it .....
Better to reign in hell ....
  than serve in heaven .....



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(08-05-2016, 09:59 AM)perfectinsanity Wrote: Oh no, I can't see much good coming from this, especially considering the fact that the US has just given a private company the authority to go there in the very near future. 

I can see conflict on the moon just as there is on the earth.

I think the confilct will come from those already there... just like it did when the US landed on the moon.  They were warned to get off "their turf", or else!
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They must be not only Generals and high officials to Kim Jong Un, but also good friends.
I can only assume this because they all look so happy and I doubt very much it's some-type
of bullsh*t photo op or a fawning, cowering situation.

I had no idea North Korea was such a happy and enjoyable place, maybe my unicorn would
lie to visit?
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