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Japan Launches Its 4th Spy Satellite

Japan launched its fourth spy satellite Saturday, completing its capabilities to monitor activities worldwide and bolstering its ability to observe neighboring North Korea’s nuclear program. The satellite, along with a smaller test prototype, was launched from the country’s space center on a remote southern Japan island atop an H-2A rocket, the workhorse of Japan’s space program. Japanese space agency spokesman Satoki Kurokawa described the liftoff _ which had been postponed three times due to poor weather _ as a success. Full Story

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