Hole in Ionosphere Reveals Clues About North Korean Missile Launch
The North Korean missile program may be mysterious, but a Japanese scientist uses the chemical interactions between a recent missile’s exhaust and the ionosphere to make educated guesses about their missiles’ capabilities.
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