In the next 10 years North Korea plans to conquer the moon, leaving his flag, told the Associated Press the Director of the Department of research and development National aerospace associations of the DPRK Hyon Kwang-Il.
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According to him, the country is “working hard” on bringing 2020 into earth orbit satellites, and does not intend to stop there: experts North Korea is preparing to conquer the moon, leaving behind the flag, but send the devices over longer distances.
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AP, calling his interlocutor, “a senior official of the Northern version of NASA,” reports the words that the ambitious space program will not prevent sanctions imposed on North Korea for its testing of ballistic missiles. Here is the official repeated the words of the country’s leader, Kim Jong-UN.
While Kwang-Il stresses that the country has long-term plans of manned space flight not only to the moon but to the planets of the Solar system.
We will remind that in February of 2016, North Korea successfully launched into orbit an object (in the country say already about 4 successful launches), but the fact of starting the Western countries called a disguised test another ballistic missile.
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