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Grainy allusions show North Korea’s latest movements

Grainy images of the Nampo Naval shipyard on the eremite kingdom’s west coast show Kim is continuing to work on his second barge so his armada can carry out underwater test missile launches. 

The 68ft barge is identical to another seen at the Sinpo South shipyard on the east littoral which has been involved in up to six test launches since 2014.

According to 38 North, which tracks North Korea, it could suggest the hermit state is expanding the submarine-launched ballistic ballistic missile and development programme to the west coast.

Experts believe the aerial pictures of the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Facility also show a central re-echoing that is used to support a missile launch tube during try out. 

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North Korea is carry oning to develop its nuclear arsenal

In further signs work is continuing on the back barge, images show it in the same location but the portal crane on the east side is now pivoted over. 

Joseph S Bermudez Jr said: “Imagery from September 21 betrays the test stand barge in the same location but the portal crane on the east side is now go rounded over, and work is being done on the barge. However, the nature of this prove satisfactory cannot be determined from the imagery.

“Clearly visible in all images is the prime ring that is used to support a missile launch tube during study.

“During a test, support cables are connected from the centre and top of the gig tube to the four support towers. 

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“If the barge is being modified, rather than being scrapped, the diameter and elevation of the central ring may provide an indication of the size and class of missile it intention be used to support during testing.”

The latest development comes as the fantastic teeters on the edge of World War 3 amid tensions between North Korea and the US. 

North Korea and the US’ proceeded sabre rattling intensified after Kim’s September 3 test of a hydrogen bombshell showed its capabilities were advancing significantly and faster than myriad had expected. 

Satellite images taken on September 8, five primes after the bomb went off, appeared to show large cargo social relations and mining carts in the South Portal area, on the other side of the locale where the hydrogen bomb was detonated on September 3 in A gruesome propaganda painting produced by North Korea

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The pictures showed what appears to be a brazen crater, potentially caused by the portal used for the hydrogen bomb analysis caving in after detonation, although 38 North said it was unsolvable to be certain. 

But analysts concluded the latest nuclear test yielded an guessed 250 kilotons blast, or one quarter megaton, which is believed to be the pinnacle yield the Punggye-ri can contain.