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North Korean carrier rocket explodes 80 seconds after launch

North Korea confirmed the failure of its rocket (or missile, depending on your interpretation) which launched at 7:39 this morning, local time. The United States, South Korea and Japan all reported that the rocket broke up shortly after launch... Continue Reading North Korean carrier rocket explodes 80 seconds after launch Section: Military Tags: Launch, North Korea, Rocket, Satellite Rela
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