Images from a satellite show that work has resumed on the North Korean long range satellite site indicating that the rapid rebuilding of the project is imminent after the failed Hanoi agreement summit last week.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump failed to reach a clear agreement last week and thus the North Koreans have gone back to fueling their Missile site. The summit ended abruptly after the pair failed to reach an agreement on walking back Pyongyang’s nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief.
The pictures from the satellite show a moving structure that had been used to carry launch vehicles to a launch pad on rails has been restored.
Two support cranes are observed at the building, the walls have been erected and a new roof added. At the engine test stand, it appears that the engine support structure is being reassembled.
All these are happening after the UN had banned North Korea from launching any missiles and the breakdown of talks between the Americans and the North Koreans.