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Topic - Allison Puccioni
North Korea likely will bring the rocket it plans to test-fire this month to the launch pad within days, according to an analysis of new satellite pictures of the launch site.
She said it may take several more years for the facility to be brought into full operation.
Allison Puccioni at IHS Jane's Defense Weekly said in a statement Tuesday that the imagery taken by the GeoEye-1 satellite Aug. 6 showed that a dome had been hoisted atop the reactor building.