North Korea anniversary missile could be brought down by geomagnetic solar storm

Friday, September 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

KIM Jong-un’s plans to fire another missile to commemorate North Korea’s founding may be scuppered by a solar storm.

By REBECCA FLOOD
Express.co.uk
Fri, Sep 8, 2017

North Korea in recent years has marked anniversaries with missile and nuclear tests.

And it is thought leader Kim Jong-un is viewing the upcoming anniversary of the founding of North Korea to goad the west by firing another missile, following a series of provocative launches this year.

But despite North Korea commemorating its founding on Saturday plans for a missile launch could be thwarted due to a severe geomagnetic storm raging from the sun.

Posing a serious risk to electromagnetics, Kim Jong-un may decide to bide his time and wait until the obstacle has passed.

While missiles are kitted out with high-tech equipment and are heavily shielded against radiation, the storm may force the despot to think again.

Any missile fired during the storm may be interfered with, meaning the loss previous data or ancillary equipment.

Previously Kim Jong-un has boasted how far and how high his missiles have travelled, a revelry which he could be robbed of if they lose track of their ballistics.

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