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What was so special about last night's launch by North Korea???

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It marked a new play beginning... I know this because...

Before Wednesday's test, North Korea had fired 22 missiles without active warheads during 15 tests since February.

Last night was the first step towards the next play... For significance exists in a major advancement right on the heels of 22... Only question now is when does it continue...

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Fear porn sales...the mundane is just that, mundane...

I am concerned about NK and this launch but not in the sense of EMP...more so of war and what that brings

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3 minutes ago, Just Jo said:

Fear porn sales...the mundane is just that, mundane...

I am concerned about NK and this launch but not in the sense of EMP...more so of war and what that brings

I'm just concerned about how quickly they actually want to get the show on the road.

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Is this normal?:blink:

"It was fired on what is called a "lofted" trajectory, meaning it was aimed at a steep angle and traveled very high but landed relatively close to its launch site."

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/north-korea/north-korea-missile-went-10-times-higher-space-station-n824821

 

The Hwasong-15 soared 4,475 kilometers (2,800 miles) in the sky, spending 53 minutes in the air, before splashing down in waters off the coast of Japan, North Korea said. The figures tallied with estimates released by Japan and South Korea.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/28/politics/north-korea-missile-launch/index.html

 

https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=altitude+space+station&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

:blink:  -- 254 miles , orbit altitude of the space station

So what's the point of describing a flight path that has a distance calculated by simply doubling the altitude that just barely includes the distance to Seattle from Seoul 8317km?

20 minutes ago, Just Jo said:

Fear porn sales...

 

 

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1 minute ago, GT500 said:

Will handle it isn’t good enough for me 

We know what that means don't we!

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16 minutes ago, GT500 said:

We’re f**ked I guess 

more confusion solution 

Hope. Faith. Virtues.

:shepmemepeace-min(1):

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43 minutes ago, periclymenoides said:

Is this normal?:blink:

"It was fired on what is called a "lofted" trajectory, meaning it was aimed at a steep angle and traveled very high but landed relatively close to its launch site."

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/north-korea/north-korea-missile-went-10-times-higher-space-station-n824821

 

The Hwasong-15 soared 4,475 kilometers (2,800 miles) in the sky, spending 53 minutes in the air, before splashing down in waters off the coast of Japan, North Korea said. The figures tallied with estimates released by Japan and South Korea.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/28/politics/north-korea-missile-launch/index.html

 

https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=altitude+space+station&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

:blink:  -- 254 miles , orbit altitude of the space station

So what's the point of describing a flight path that has a distance calculated by simply doubling the altitude that just barely includes the distance to Seattle from Seoul 8317km?

 

 

remember they are pushing space weapons.

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