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RK intelligence questioned Pyongyang’s ability to create a full-fledged ICBM

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South Korean intelligence expressed doubts that the DPRK has the technology to protect the warhead during the launch of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) when they re-enter the atmosphere, reports Interfax-AVN a statement by a member of the parliamentary intelligence committee.



According to the deputy, "intelligence has concluded that in early July, the DPRK launched a modified version of the medium-range ballistic missile KN-17, which had already been tested in May of this year."

Russian military experts also qualified the missile as a “medium-range ballistic missile,” which Russia announced in the UN Security Council.

The South Korean parliamentarian also said that so far "the country's intelligence agencies are not registering any vigorous activity on the Pungary nuclear test site of the DPRK, which would indicate preparation for a new nuclear test." Previously, the American intelligence services told about such preparation, referring to pictures from intelligence satellites.

In early July, North Korea carried out another launch of a ballistic missile, which in Pyongyang and Washington called intercontinental, capable of carrying a nuclear charge.
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  1. Samaritan
    Samaritan 11 July 2017 11: 55
    +9
    South Korean intelligence expressed doubts

    Yes, you for this, your owners will erase the powder! What doubts, are you saying ... The DPRK has already created everything and now - it’s bombing, for this the Business Plan has already been created for hundreds of billions of dollars, so don’t even pronounce your opinion in the smoking room!
    1. CooL_SnipeR
      CooL_SnipeR 11 July 2017 11: 57
      +1
      Torn off the tongue :)
    2. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 11 July 2017 12: 03
      +1
      Quote: Samaritan
      Yes, you for this, your owners will erase the powder! What doubts, are you saying ... The DPRK has already created everything and now - it’s bombing, for this the Business Plan has already been created for hundreds of billions of dollars, so don’t even pronounce your opinion in the smoking room!


      wassat They have a new boss, inexperienced yet, and they haven’t put them on allowance yet. A couple of outfits out of turn - and everything will be in order.
    3. vovanpain
      vovanpain 11 July 2017 12: 10
      +3
      South Korean intelligence expressed doubts that the DPRK has technology for protecting warheads when launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) when they re-enter the atmosphere,

      You just don’t say it to minke whales, or they will start spreading mattresses on you, but you see, they’re familiar laughing and southern sissies request
  2. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 11 July 2017 11: 57
    +2
    RK intelligence questioned Pyongyang’s ability to create a full-fledged ICBM ... the country's intelligence agencies do not record any vigorous activity at the DPRK nuclear test site

    So why then yell heart-rendingly and you call the Americans for help? Or indulge in complacency?
  3. Moore
    Moore 11 July 2017 12: 06
    +1
    South Korean intelligence expressed doubts that the DPRK has technology for protecting warheads when launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) when they re-enter the atmosphere

    I do not think that this is an impossible task. Everyone involved in rocket science solved the issues of thermal protection of warheads quite successfully.
    Somewhere flashed a photo of a happy Bobblehead during firing thermal protection using a rocket engine. Maybe it really happened.
    Another question concerns me: on all commercials about SPU launches (tractor), it drives up to a prepared site, apparently geodesically tied, picks up a rocket (sometimes they put it on a table) and voila ...
    And aiming, at least like on 8k63? Not included in the frame because of "secrecy" or are they just peeling towards the sea?
    1. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 11 July 2017 12: 13
      0
      And aiming ...

      Bussol, a data table, an officer’s line — everything is with the commander in chief. What kind of aim are you talking about?
      1. Moore
        Moore 11 July 2017 12: 31
        +2
        Quote: rotmistr60
        What kind of aim are you talking about?

        There is no tower with a gunner and in general: who is turning the drawbar?
  4. Tolstoevsky
    Tolstoevsky 11 July 2017 12: 13
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    envy is not the best feeling
  5. Old26
    Old26 11 July 2017 13: 12
    +1
    Quote: Moore
    South Korean intelligence expressed doubts that the DPRK has technology for protecting warheads when launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) when they re-enter the atmosphere

    I do not think that this is an impossible task. Everyone involved in rocket science solved the issues of thermal protection of warheads quite successfully.
    Somewhere flashed a photo of a happy Bobblehead during firing thermal protection using a rocket engine. Maybe it really happened.
    Another question concerns me: on all commercials about SPU launches (tractor), it drives up to a prepared site, apparently geodesically tied, picks up a rocket (sometimes they put it on a table) and voila ...
    And aiming, at least like on 8k63? Not included in the frame because of "secrecy" or are they just peeling towards the sea?

    Not a single photograph of launchers has an analogue of our AGK. Although on the same launch rocket KN-17 there is an upper box of the aiming system, as on our APU
  6. Walking
    Walking 11 July 2017 13: 50
    0
    No doubt, or the North Koreans will want to prove.
  7. Kostadinov
    Kostadinov 11 July 2017 16: 29
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    How did the RK intelligence know that the DPRK does not have "technology for protecting a warhead when launching intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) when they re-enter the atmosphere"? If a missile hit a medium radius and its warhead burned out, then the DPRK has no warheads for medium-range missiles. Now, if a missile hit an ICBM and a warhead burned out, then we can say that the DPRK does not have defense technology.
    The photo shows a completely different solid fuel rocket.
  8. Naughty
    Naughty 11 July 2017 17: 27
    0
    Yes, Juche, this Korean, lies tightly under the USA. They use it like a bogeyman to scare South Korea and Japan. They don’t have a fig there. And they will run away after the first bomb. Everyone will run to South Korea.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 11 July 2017 20: 16
      0
      Yeah, the great South Korean warriors can not bring down even the primitive drones of the DPRK, not like missiles lol
      On June 490, South Korean farmers: discovered a UAV that crossed the demarcation line in the east of the peninsula on May 90 and managed to fly 2400 kilometers at an average speed of 551 kilometers per hour at an altitude of about 19 meters and shot XNUMX shots, including XNUMX shots of the US military base on which the missile defense system is deployed Thaad lol

      DPRK suspected of photographing South Korean missile defense
      North Korea allegedly photographed an American THAAD missile defense stationed in South Korea using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It is reported by The South China Morning Post.
      The military discovered a Sony camera inside the drone and several hundred photographs of the THAAD rocket launchers and a radar installation erected in the city of Jeonju. In addition, the frames also captured urban areas, farmland and other areas of the country.
      https://lenta.ru/news/2017/06/13/thaad_pics/
  9. Abel
    Abel 11 July 2017 21: 40
    0
    Yes, you finally give the Americans protection means such as "Pampers." Constantly he get laid
  10. Kostadinov
    Kostadinov 12 July 2017 09: 45
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    Quote: Vzdrincher
    Yes, Juche, this Korean, lies tightly under the USA. They use it like a bogeyman to scare South Korea and Japan. They don’t have a fig there. And they will run away after the first bomb. Everyone will run to South Korea.

    They were very shy. If the omnipotent southern intelligence reports that the DPRK does not have a fig and everyone runs after the first bomb, what prevents the South Caucasus together in Japan from "freeing" the north without the United States?
  11. Kostadinov
    Kostadinov 12 July 2017 11: 47
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    Why did you need to write a lie? South Korean Intelligence confirmed that is an ICBM, but only the "doubts" that the warhead burned out.
    Not “also,” but “only” Russian military experts qualified the missile as “medium-range ballistic,” which Russia announced to the UN Security Council.
    Why did UTB Russia? Maybe a bit out of love for the DPRK? Hardly. No matter how bitterly, it must be noted that the modern Russian leadership truly loves the EU, South Korea and the USA. Let’s not command the heart, let them love. But there is no reciprocity in this love, and they achieve this reciprocity.
    So Trump said that the DPRK will not have an ICBM. The DPRK was fed up with it, but the United States does not want to attack the DPRK and repeat the Korean War in the 21st century and they need to be understood. Introducing new sanctions will also be worse. It is no longer left to sanction and the DPRK economy is getting better and better after each round of sanction. But UTB, not all DPRK uses the new sanctions and, in response, will test a new nuclear warhead for the new ICBM warhead. What to do? And then Russian friends go to the rescue so that Trump's friend and overseas friends do not lose face. No ICBMs hit, they have nothing, no sanctions are needed, we propose stopping military exercises in South Korea in exchange for stopping the use of DPRK missiles and nuclear weapons. This is the position of the United States, but expressed by their Russian friends.
  12. Old26
    Old26 12 July 2017 20: 31
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    Quote: Kostadinov
    But UTB, not all DPRK uses new sanctions and, in response, will test a new nuclear warhead for the new ICBM warhead

    Startup to start the candy bar will work 100%. And for this, launch to the maximum range is necessary. And China did not have a single launch.

    Now about what and who let it go. Judging by indirect evidence, there were two starts. But ashes in this case are talking about the launch of the KN-17 BRDS. She, by the way, is in the photo. In addition to this was the launch and ICBM Hwason-14. This launch was also recorded by our technical means, in particular the SPRN radar in Usolye-Sibirsky. There were data on the parameters and its flight. Why is the focus only on the launch of the BRDS - HZ