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Japan will launch more spy satellites against North Korea

Avi Blizovsky

Japan plans to launch another pair of spy satellites in September, which will monitor the situation in North Korea, in addition to the two it already launched in March.

The first two satellites pass over North Korea twice a day - once in the morning and once at night, and placing two additional satellites in space will allow Japan to photograph North Korea in the afternoon as well.

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