Not going to happen, two words: self-destruction, unless, of course, malfunction of self-destruction
One hour to go before the window for launch to take place closes and will not be open again until tomorrow, but weather today and then again on Saturday is the most favorable for launch from current reports.
Reporter at the AP office in the North Korean capital just tweeter a number of fighter aircraft just zoomed low over the city, perhaps preparation for Saturdays military parade?
For a country that was supposed to be very low on jet fuel the North seems be doing a lot air craft drills and flights, where are they getting all the fuel from for their air crafts? China?, also this winter the South said the North conducted more aircraft training drills then they had ever done in years esp during winter time and lack of fuel for aircraft..
Any updates here?
[Breaking....] North Korea launch the missile at 7:40Another opportunity for North Korea to launch its controversial rocket opened Friday as neighbors kept a nervous eye on the reclusive, nuclear-armed country's launch site and diplomats warned Pyongyang against provocative moves.
The North Koreans have said the long-range rocket is needed to put a weather satellite into orbit. They say they plan to launch it sometime between Thursday and Monday, between the hours of 7 a.m. and noon (6 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET, Wednesday to Sunday).
Thursday's launch window passed uneventfully. North Korean state television made no mention of the rocket, and international journalists in Pyongyang were taken on an official
I wonder what South Korea and Japan will do to counter this...
Interesting, good luck Japan/s korea
Yes, link please. ******* haven't put it up yet and they're usually pretty quick.
R(e)uters has it, no article, just a flash on twitter and their homepage