Wednesday, April 2, 2014

North Korea's Space Agency Is Nada

“The DPRK has pushed ahead with space development projects to turn the country into a space power, fully exercising its right to peaceful development of the space on a legal basis,” said KCNA, the country’s official news agency.
It also introduced NADA’s emblem which looked suspiciously familiar.
The emblem of the NADA was recently instituted, which represents its character, mission, position and development prospects.
Seen in the lower part of the globe-shaped dark blue emblem are white-colored letters “Kukgaujugaebalkuk” (National Aerospace Development Administration) in Korean and in its upper part light blue-colored letters “DPRK” with the Great Bear above them. Printed in its middle are white-colored letters “NADA” in English.
The news of North Korea’s space ambitions comes as South Korea’s Yonhap News published images of a suspected North Korean drone that crashed in South Korea."


In case you missed this past gem,  here is

North Korean dreams of destruction of USA



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