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Space Satellites Reveal Details Of North Korea’s 2017 Nuclear Test

North Korea’s 2017 nuclear test at Mount Mantap was ten times more powerful than the historic explosion at Hiroshima, researchers say.

Greenhouse Gases Are Sizzling Up Northeast Asia

Increases in hot temperature extremes in Northeast Asia will probably continue for the next few decades, a study predicts.

‘Man-Made’ Earthquake Detected Near North Korean Nuclear Test Site

Officials have linked an earthquake in North Korea to a nuclear test explosion ordered by Pyongyang.

How Science Diplomacy Is Bridging The Two Koreas

Through joint initiatives such as the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, science could help foster bilateral cooperation between North and South Korea.

Behind North Korea’s Hospital Curtain

North Korea has a relatively low child mortality rate, but basic health infrastructure is lacking and demand for medical services is high.

First Evidence For Astrophysical Neutrinos

Scientists have discovered the first solid evidence for astrophysical neutrinos, which will lead to new ways of exploring the universe.

Joint Declaration To Reduce Disaster Risks In China, Japan And Korea

A joint declaration was issued to reduce disaster risk and strengthen regional cooperation in China, Japan and the Republic of Korea.

South Korea Launches Rocket On Third Attempt

South Korea successfully launched a rocket on Wednesday, its third attempt to place a satellite into space.

North Korea’s Long-Range Rocket Launch Succeeds

North Korea successfully launched a rocket on Wednesday, putting fear into its neighbors that the state could someday launch a nuclear missile.

North Korea To Launch Kwangmyongsong-3 Satellite In April

North Korea is set to launch a working satellite in April, said the Korean Committee for Space Technology in a statement on Friday.