North Korean space agency reappears amid speculation over renewed activity
Developments by National Aerospace Development Administration promoted in banner on new intranet portal
North Korea’s national space agency reappeared in an external media outlet this week as speculation continues to mount over the country’s plans to publicly restart the agency’s activities.
The reemergence of the National Aerospace Development Administration (NADA) comes just days after North Korea announced its first test at the Sohae Satellite Launching Ground since early 2017, which leader Kim Jong Un promised to dismantle in 2018.
It also follows a space exploration conference in Pyongyang last month — the first of its kind to be publicized in state media since 2017 — and as construction continues at
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