Second North Korean ICBM Test Probably Used Lighter Payload

Credit: Hwasong 14: KCNA
SEOUL, SYDNEY—North Korea appears to have achieved a greater altitude and implied maximum range in its second test of the Hwasong 14 intercontinental ballistic missile by reducing payload. The payload in the first test, on July 4, was 900 kg (2,000 lb.), estimates professor Jang Youngguen of the...

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