North Korea nuclear blast IMMINENT? US deploys ‘nuke sniffer’ as WW3 on brink

Thursday, December 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA may be about to detonate a nuclear bomb as the US has deployed its “nuke sniffer” spy plane.

By Henry Holloway
7th December 2017

Nuclear explosion tracker Constant Phoenix has gone airborne amid the missile feud between US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.

War fears loom as 230 US jets and around 12,000 soldiers carry out drills on the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea has warned the drill puts the world of the brink of nuclear war, and warned it will not hide from conflict with the US.

Constant Phoenix has been deployed in the region multiple times this year to monitor Kim.

Dozens of missiles have been fired and a hydrogen bomb detonated by North Korea this year in its worsening feud with Trump.

The spy plane often takes to the air when there are growing fears of a nuclear blast – earlier this year flying over Europe to investigate a radiation cloud.

Constant Phoenix is a Boeing WC-135W plane – weighing 300,500lbs and nearly 140ft long.

It can fly up to 4000 miles without refuelling at heights of 40,0000ft with a speed of 400mph.

Constant Phoenix is unarmed, but packed with state-of-the-art nuclear detection equipment and a crew of specialists.

The aircraft collects samples from the atmosphere to detect and identity radiation and fallout.

North Korea’s latest hydrogen bomb – detonated on Sepetember 3 – is up to 20 times more powerful than the nuke dropped on Nagasaki by the US to end World War 2.

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