North Korea reportedly conducted a successful missile test. South Korea may downplay the progress in the North's missile capabilities but new South Korean President is working with different nations on his plans and policies when it comes to North Korea.
North Korea conducted a failed missile test according to reports. Defense departments of both the U.S. and South Korean government confirmed the reports.
Japan launched a new spy satellite to keep tabs on North Korea's missile program. JAXA did not provide a live stream but a company provided a video of the launch.
President Obama has just signed legislation that may heighten tensions with Russia and China and potentially launch the country on an expensive and ambitious effort to build space-based defense systems.
New satellite images show that North Korea is preparing its nuclear ballistic missile submarine to finally head out to see. The country has not released a statement regarding this, so military personnel from all over the world are keeping track of the progress.
Hidden tunnels were found between North Korea and South Korea's borders that will allow thousands of troops to travel in between the DMZ in less than an hour, a discovery which may be frightening for many. A lot of South Koreans are worried there might be more of these tunnels found along the DMZ.
Statistics show there are nine powerful countries in the world that have nuclear programs and house over 15,000 nuclear arsenals. Literally, anyone could be living close to a nuclear weapon right this moment. Activists have warned the public of the danger this brings, as a single arsenal could kill thousands and could have devastating effects that could last for generations.
Found a hundred meters below the ground, the Pyongyang Metro is one of the world's deepest commuter systems.
North Korea has recently tested a powerful rocket engine for an upcoming satellite launch, and this technology is said to also help launch missiles.
North Korea currently has two satellites in orbit, but its space officials are working on a five-year plan to put more satellites up by 2020. However, the plan does not stop there. The country is also aiming for the moon.
North Korea recently launched their Earth Observation satellite and simuteneously, they tested their ballistic missiles while Iran imported their space rocket technology and built it.
North Korea's sacred Mount Paektu might just blow off anytime soon, said the latest study published the journal Science Advances.
In an extremely rare scientific collaboration between North Korea, U.S. and U.K., researchers discovered that Mt. Paektu, one of the three "spirited" mountains of Koreans, has a soft spot in its core.