MAPPED: North Korea’s dreaded JUCHE BIRD – Kim’s mega missile that could kill MILLIONS

Saturday, December 2, 2017
By Paul Martin

THIS is the horrifying path of North Korea’s dreaded Juche Bird, the next step in Kim Jong-un’s missile programme that could trigger the death of millions.

By Henry Holloway
2nd December 2017

Kim has been threatening since September that he will detonate a live nuclear missile over the Pacific Ocean.

Making the threat first at the UN, before reminding the world his words should be taken “literally”.

Some questioned whether such a launch is even possible – and it would be the first airborne nuclear detonation since 1980.

Juche Bird would explode a nuclear bomb over the ocean, with a missile flying further than Kim’s weapons ever have done before.

It is considered the ultimate proof of North Korea’s missile might and a move that could trigger war with the US – killing millions.

Experts told Daily Star Online that the threat of such a missile test should be taken seriously – and there is no reason to think Kim won’t make good on his promise.

North Korea would mount a hydrogen bomb atop its most powerful missile the newly tested Hwasong-15.

Kim’s most powerful nukes are estimated to be around 280KT – 20 times more powerful than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima – based on his test on September 3.

Carrying a live warhead, this missile would then be fired from North Korea, hurtling over Japan and out into the Pacific Ocean.

US officials would carefully monitor the device as it flew over the ocean, before it exploded in the air with an approximate 17-mile wide air blast with a core of nuclear fire.

Radioactive fallout would scatter around for more than 70 miles as the world sits in awe and fear of the game-changing weapon.

Dr Bruce Blair, a former nuclear launch officer, and co-founder of nuclear disarmament group Global Zero, told Daily Star Online the weapon would have the “most impact” on the US.

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