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Exhilaration and promise are conveyed by an off-world melody that circles like a satellite and lurches higher like a multistage rocket.
Von Braun and his colleagues laid it all out with beautiful pictures--a multistage rocket with features that foreshadowed both the Satum-Apollo moon ship and today's Shuttle, and a space station surpassing Reagan's Freedom in both size and beauty, to which the spaceship would travel from Earth hauling goods and personnel.
If North Korea begins to fuel another multistage rocket, will South Korea target it on the launch pad in the name of self-defense?
Pyongyang maintains the 1998 launch was for sending a satellite into orbit with a multistage rocket.
North Korea has upheld the commitment to date although it maintains the 1998 launch was a satellite-delivering multistage rocket.
If we can confirm North Korea's capability to build a multistage rocket and technology to separate it as well as to control its posture and thrust force, that means a possibility that the North's ballistic missile development is progressing rapidly," Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada Hamada told MPs.
North Korea launched a multistage rocket that it said was carrying a communications satellite on Sunday morning.
Pyongyang maintains the 1998 launch was a multistage rocket for sending a satellite into orbit.
Pyongyang has maintained the moratorium to date although it maintains the 1998 launch was a multistage rocket for sending a satellite into orbit.
The multistage rocket was launched from the coastal Musudan-ri launch pad in north-eastern North Korea, flew over Japan and landed in the Pacific Ocean.
North Korea maintains the 1998 launch was a multistage rocket for sending a satellite into orbit.
Pyongyang maintains it was a multistage rocket for sending a satellite into orbit, but the incident prompted Tokyo and Washington to start a joint project on missile defense.
Pyongyang said it was a multistage rocket for sending a satellite into orbit, but later agreed with Washington on a moratorium on testing ballistic missiles.
Pyongyang maintains it was a multistage rocket to send a satellite into orbit, but it has agreed to suspend launches of ballistic missiles -- a moratorium it has been complying with to date.
The two countries agreed in August 1998 to resume the talks, but Japan froze the initiative after North Korea later that month launched a multistage rocket, part of which flew over Japan into the Pacific.
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