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Topic - Brian Weeden
After 14 years of painstaking labor, North Korea finally has a rocket that can put a satellite in orbit. But that doesn't mean the reclusive country is close to having an intercontinental ballistic missile.
China has pulled off a tricky and uncommon feat in space flight, maneuvering one of its satellites to within about 300 yards of another while they were orbiting Earth, space analysts say.
Or, Weeden said, the weaker-than-expected results might reflect a slump in the quality of instruction prior to those tests.
"I saw that happen in my time," he said.