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朝鲜“火星-10”导弹首次试射  

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朝鲜“火星10”导弹首次试射 - kktt - 长缨在手  敢缚苍龙
 
韩联社首尔4月15日电 韩国联合参谋本部有关人员15日表示,朝鲜于当天凌晨5点半左右从东海岸地区发射1枚导弹,但发射似以失败告终。韩美情报机构分析认为,这枚或为“舞水端”中程导弹的飞行物很可能在发射几秒后空中爆炸。
据韩国一情报官员披露,该导弹从发射车上升空几秒后便从雷达视野中消失,因此在空中爆炸的可能性很大。韩军认为,朝鲜很有可能再试射部署到江原道元山地区虎岛半岛一带的2枚“舞水端”导弹中的另一枚。联参本部有关人员说,韩美军方经联合评估认为是发射失败,但未透露具体依据。另一军方人士则解释说,导弹没有沿正常轨道飞行时会被判定发射失败。此前,韩美军方发现朝军“舞水端”导弹在东海岸地区部署就位后,急派宙斯盾驱逐舰到东部海域准备探测导弹发射动向。
朝鲜今年1月6日进行第四次核试验后,又于2月7日发射远程导弹。进入3月后,朝鲜不断发射中近程导弹和火箭弹,迄今发射7次共计20枚,3月18日发射的2枚“芦洞”导弹中也有1枚空中爆炸。鉴于15日金日成生日、25日建军节、下月初劳动党七大等政治节日接踵而至,韩军有关人士表示,朝鲜随时可能进行包括第五次核试验在内的重大挑衅,韩军将始终保持高度戒备状态。美国有线电视新闻网日前也援引美国官员的话报道称,除舞水端导弹外,朝鲜还有可能发射KN-08洲际导弹。
“舞水端”导弹射程3000到4000公里,覆盖日本全境和关岛美军基地。该导弹由俄制R-27(SS-N-6)导弹仿制而来,可能经一定程度的性能验证后自2000年代中期起在朝军服役,朝鲜发射舞水端导弹尚属首次。朝鲜似乎想在4月15日的太阳节首次发射舞水端导弹为金日成庆生,但未能如愿营造喜庆气氛。(完)

朝鲜“火星10”导弹首次试射 - kktt - 长缨在手  敢缚苍龙
 

U.S. Strategic Command Public Affairs
4/14/2016
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. ? U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) systems detected and tracked what we assess was a failed North Korean missile launch at 3:33 p.m. CDT.
According to North American Aerospace Defense Command, the missile launched from North Korea did not pose a threat to North America. The men and women of USSTRATCOM, NORAD and U.S. Northern Command, and U.S. Pacific Command remain vigilant in the face of North Korean provocations and are fully committed to working closely with our Republic of Korea and Japanese allies to maintain security.


有消息称,15日朝鲜发射移动式中程导弹“舞水端”失败,当时在现场的导弹技术人员死亡,移动发射车辆也破损。
美国《华盛顿自由灯塔报》20日引用美军相关人士和外交消息人士的话报道称:“朝鲜在东海岸部署了两枚舞水端导弹,准备进行发射试验。第一枚发射体升空90m左右后仅过了5-6秒就爆炸了,另一枚没能发射。熟知舞水端发射失败相关报告书内容的外交人士认为,失败原因是原料系统或涡轮泵的问题。”该媒体还报道称,美军通过空中侦察装备和卫星监视了舞水端导弹发射的全过程,拍下了视频。
舞水端导弹射程3000-4000㎞,可抵达关岛的美军基地。虽然于2007年实战部署,但这是首次进行发射试验。《华盛顿自由灯塔报》报道称:“舞水端是俄罗斯的SS-N-6潜艇发射弹道导弹的变形体,1990年代从俄罗斯秘密进入朝鲜。俄罗斯进行了数次试验发射,朝鲜也进行过地上发射,认为在实战中没有问题,但地上发射和实际发射试验完全不同。”

U.S. commander says threats from Pyongyang increasing
BY: Bill Gertz
April 20, 2016 5:00 am
North Korea’s first attempt to test-launch a new intermediate-range missile last week failed after the Musudan blew up shortly after launch, causing a huge fireball that damaged the mobile launcher, according to American defense officials.
“We’re still assessing the specifics of it but I can tell you that it was a fiery, catastrophic attempt at a launch,” Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters Friday. “It was not successful.”
The test failure on Friday represents a setback for North Korea’s largely untested long-range nuclear missile forces that include launch pad-based Taepodong-2 missiles, and two road-mobile systems, the KN-08 and Musudan. The Pentagon last month also confirmed that a newer long-range mobile missile, the KN-14, was unveiled during a recent military parade. North Korea also is developing submarine-launched nuclear missiles.
U.S. strategic defense surveillance systems, both airborne and space-based, closely monitored the Musudan test and videotaped the explosion during the attempted launch from a beach on North Korea’s east coast.
In addition to damaging the launcher, the explosion may have injured or killed North Korean missile technicians near the site.
Two road-mobile Musudan launchers were set up for the test, but the second was not fired after the explosion, officials familiar with reports of the launch said.
The missile is estimated to have a range of up to 2,500 miles, enough to hit the western Pacific island of Guam, a key strategic military base in the Pentagon’s new pivot to Asia.
Army Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, nominee for commander of U.S. Forces Korea, told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday that the North Korean missile program is advancing despite testing and other problems.
Asked by Committee Chairman Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) about North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missile program, Brooks said: “At the present time, Senator, I think that they’re struggling with getting the program up and operational.”
“But it’s very clear through the parades that they’ve done, what systems they have and some of the attempted launches that they have not had success in, over time, I believe we’re going to see them acquire these capabilities if they’re not stopped,” the four-star general said.
One diplomatic source familiar with reports of the test failure said the likely cause of the explosion, which occurred within five to six seconds after launch, was a faulty fuel system or turbo pump failure.
The Musudan intermediate-range ballistic missile is an indigenous variant of the Russian SS-N-6 submarine-launched ballistic missile, known by Moscow as the R-27, that the North obtained covertly from Russia sometime in the 1990s.
The missile blew up about 300 feet above the ground.
“The North Koreans seemed to just believe it would succeed because the R-27 SLBM of former Soviet Union was one of the most tested nuclear warhead delivery systems ever produced, and North Korea had already done a lot of ground tests,” the source said. “However, a real launching test is totally different from the ground test.”
Western intelligence agencies do not know the ultimate cause of the launch failure. “And the North Koreans probably don’t either,” the source said.

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