Construction at Pyongyang satellite center progressing apace: photos
New photos reveal scale of ambitions for North Korean satellite center extension program
Construction efforts at a site believed to be directly connected to North Korea’s General Satellite Control Center in Pyongyang are developing in major ways, ground-level photos recently obtained by NK Pro shows.
Amid an impasse in U.S.-DPRK talks, the construction raises questions about how North Korea views the future of its space exploration program, a national priority which led to the rapid disintegration of the “Leap Day” deal after Pyongyang attempted a satellite launch in April 2012.
One of four buildings being raised in the construction area – first reported by NK Pro in
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