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KOREA NORTH JAPAN SATELLITE
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March 28, 2003
An H-2A rocket carrying Japan's first spy satellites rises into the air
after blasting off from Tanegashima...
Tanegashima, Japan
JAPAN LAUNCHES ITS FIRST SPY SATELLITE AT TANEGASHIMA SPACE CENTRE, ON
THE JAPANESE SOUTHWESTERN ISLAND....
An H-2A rocket carrying Japan's first spy satellites rises into the air
after blasting off from Tanegashima Space Center on the Japanese
southwestern island, about 1,000km (625 miles) south west of Tokyo
March 28, 2003. Japan blasted its first spy satellites into orbit,
giving Tokyo its first independent peek into heavily armed North Korea
but at the risk of provoking its communist neighbour into a missile
launch. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

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