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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #460 on: 12/19/2017 04:52 PM »
For test flights, usually there is telemetry for all stages of flight. Itís hard to determine the CEP of a system if you donít know where it lands.

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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #462 on: 01/03/2018 06:03 PM »
The Hwasong-12 IRBM launch failure on 28 April 2017 crashed into the North Korean city of Tokchon, causing considerable damage to a complex of industrial or agricultural buildings.

https://thediplomat.com/2018/01/when-a-north-korean-missile-accidentally-hit-a-north-korean-city/

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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #463 on: 01/04/2018 10:03 AM »
Was this previously reported as an HS-10 launch failure?

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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #464 on: 01/05/2018 01:22 AM »
Was this previously reported as an HS-10 launch failure?

I don't think so. My records had this as HS-12. There might have been a HS-10 failure on 22 March 2017.
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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #467 on: 01/07/2018 06:27 PM »
That first image is missing its text.

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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #468 on: 01/08/2018 02:00 AM »
That first image is missing its text.

The text is a separate layer. Here is a screen grab showing the text.
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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #469 on: 01/08/2018 07:56 AM »
Thank you for that.

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« Reply #471 on: 02/08/2018 11:15 AM »
North Korea Military Parade "The missiles"
February 8, 2018

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Re: North Korea missiles
« Reply #472 on: 02/08/2018 01:36 PM »
North Korea Military Parade "The missiles"


I'm confused - it this footage from this week's parade or a clip from last year's? The YouTube post isn't very descriptive (it was posted today, but doesn't say when the actual parade was).
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« Reply #473 on: 02/08/2018 01:46 PM »
Date of the parade is February 8, 2018
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North Korea Military Parade "The missiles"


I'm confused - it this footage from this week's parade or a clip from last year's? The YouTube post isn't very descriptive (it was posted today, but doesn't say when the actual parade was).