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The response of the North Korean explosion in the clouds. / May 26, 2009 /

At May 25, 2009 at 00:54 GMT North Korea conducted a test of a nuclear bomb capacity from 10 to 20 kilotons. At the same time in the same area was «induced» earthquake with a magnitude of M4.7. As established by the Russian researcher LI Morozova, such processes should be reflected in the cloud patterns. Make sure this could have been analyzing the structure and dynamics of seismotectonic indicator of cloud over the blast zone on the satellite. What was done by specialists and experts from NC OMZ. The results are presented in Appendix 1 .

It should be noted that the second test of a nuclear device. The first was held on 9 October 2006 and is recognized by international experts fails.

Following a nuclear test by North Korea has carried out missile launching a small (up to 130 km) range. Start with the realized range, from April 5, was launched long-range ballistic missiles.

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