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How Worried Should We Be About North Korean Satellites?

By | December 6, 2017
      When observed from space at night, North Korea (the dark spot in the center) is difficult to distinguish. Photo: NASA.

      When observed from space at night, North Korea (the dark spot in the center) is difficult to distinguish. Photo: NASA.

      Intelligence experts have been unnerved by North Korea’s recent Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) tests amid a tense and uncertain geopolitical environment. But according to one analyst, the U.S. government should be equally concerned about the potential of a nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack from space.

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