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西方专家认为,朝鲜在发展洲际弹道导弹技术方面取得重大进展 ...

2017-5-15 22:44| 发布者: 远航一号| 查看: 665| 评论: 1|原作者: 朝鲜成功发射新型弹道导弹|来自: 朝鲜成功发射新型弹道导弹

摘要: 据韩联社援引朝鲜国家电视台的报道称,平壤宣布5月14日进行了"火星-12"型导弹试验。平壤还称,导弹飞行了787公里。另据路透社报道,这次导弹发射成功表明,朝鲜在发展洲际弹道导弹技术方面取得重大进展;朝鲜可能已经具备发射射程4000公里以上洲际弹道导弹的能力。

俄罗斯卫星通讯社莫斯科5月15日电 据韩联社5月15日报道称,朝鲜宣布成功发射“地对地”中程弹道导弹。

据韩联社援引朝鲜国家电视台的报道称,平壤宣布5月14日进行了"火星-12"型导弹试验。平壤还称,导弹飞行了787公里。该社称,这可能是朝鲜正在研制的新型导弹。

14日凌晨朝鲜从本国西海岸发射导弹,导弹射程800公里,飞行了30分钟,坠落在日本海距离朝鲜半岛以东400公里处。据推测,导弹坠落地在日本专属经济区以外。日本政府资料显示,导弹到达高度超过2000公里。



港台媒体报道:“一带一路”峰会首日金正恩捣乱 突发导弹给习近平难堪 中媒噤声


514日由中国大力倡导的“一带一路”高峰论坛在北京刚开幕,朝鲜重施故技,于清晨527分明目张胆地发射了一枚弹道导弹,给习近平难堪。




该枚导弹从朝鲜平安北道龟城一带发射,飞行约700公里后落入日本海。 

全球媒体都在报导这些消息时,中国媒体却无一报导,搜狐腾讯想发个小文蹭热点被秒删,微博搜索结果为零,唯一一篇漏网微博是张召忠的。@局座召忠:“今天早上朝鲜又射了一枚导弹,这次倒是没掉下来”。


这次导弹发射的背景是:朝中社连发三篇社论骂中国,抛开六方会谈与美国在挪威秘密会谈刚结束;联合国朝核问题部长级会议闭幕;美国取消演习提出四不表达最大善意后;文在寅新政府刚刚表达对朝鲜接触访问阳光政策后;半岛刚刚出现难得的缓和局势后。


此时此刻整事儿给谁看?令人费解。 


朝着“一带一路”峰会示威?

中国暂未对朝鲜最新一次导弹发射发表谈话,倒是在北京出席“一带一路”国际合作高峰论坛的日本自由民主党干事长二阶俊博质疑,朝鲜是冲着这场论坛来作出表态。


共同社报道,二阶俊博在接受日本媒体集体采访时说,“这是对东北亚地区的安全和国际社会一个明确的挑衅”,并称日中两国要加强合作,同时强烈要求朝鲜停止挑衅行为。


在东京,首相安倍晋三也公开批评朝鲜此举对日本的安全构成“重大威胁”,“决不能容忍”。


美国白宫则发表声明说,导弹坠落地点靠近俄国远东领土,“其实更靠近俄罗斯而非日本──(特朗普)总统无法想象俄国对此感到满意。”


俄罗斯总统普京正在北京出席“一带一路”峰会,在中国国家主席习近平发表开幕演说前的大合照中,更获安排站在习近平身旁。


来源:综合 

据路透社报道,这次导弹发射成功表明,朝鲜在发展洲际弹道导弹技术方面取得重大进展;朝鲜可能已经具备发射射程4000公里以上洲际弹道导弹的能力。


By Jack Kim and Ju-min Park | SEOUL

North Korea's successful missile test-launch signals major advances in developing an intercontinental ballistic missile, such as mastery of re-entry technology and better engine performance key to targeting the United States, experts say.

The isolated country has been developing a long-range missile capable of striking the mainland United States mounted with a nuclear warhead. That would require a flight of 8,000 km (4,800 miles) or more and technology to ensure a warhead's stable re-entry into the atmosphere.

The North's official KCNA news agency said the new strategic ballistic missile named Hwasong-12, fired on Sunday at the highest angle to avoid affecting neighboring countries' security, flew 787 km (489 miles) on a trajectory reaching an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles).

The details reported by KCNA were largely consistent with South Korean and Japanese assessments that it flew further and higher than an intermediate-range missile (IRBM) tested in February from the same region, northwest of Pyongyang.

Such an altitude meant it was launched at a high trajectory, which would limit the lateral distance traveled. But if it was fired at a standard trajectory, it would have a range of at least 4,000 km (2,500 miles), experts said.

The test "represents a level of performance never before seen from a North Korean missile", John Schilling, an aerospace expert, said in an analysis on the U.S.-based 38 North website.

"It appears to have not only demonstrated an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) that might enable them to reliably strike the U.S. base at Guam, but more importantly, may represent a substantial advance to developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM)."

KCNA said the test launch verified the homing feature of the warhead that allowed it to survive "under the worst re-entry situation" and accurately detonate.

The claim, if true, could mark an advancement in the North's ICBM program exceeding most expectations, said Kim Dong-yub, a professor at Kyungnam University's Institute of Far Eastern Studies in Seoul.

Kim, a former South Korean navy officer, added the trajectory showed the North was clearly testing the re-entry technology under flight environments consistent for a ICBM.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts with members of the Korean People's Army in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on May 15, 2017. KCNA via REUTERS

The North has successfully launched long-range rockets twice to put objects into space. But many had believed it was some years away from mastering re-entry expertise for perfecting an ICBM, which uses similar engineering in early flight stages.

Sunday's missile launch also tested the North's capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead", the state news agency said.

"The test-fire proved to the full all the technical specifications of the rocket ... like guidance and stabilization systems ... and reconfirmed the reliability of new rocket engine under the practical flight circumstances," KCNA said.

On Monday, South Korea's military played down the North's claim of technical progress on atmospheric re-entry, saying the possibility was low.

For graphic on North Korea missile launch click: tmsnrt.rs/2pNI8t6

For graphic on interactive nuclear North Korea click: tmsnrt.rs/2n0gd92

"HELL OF A RIDE"

North Korea's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper devoted half of its six-page Monday edition to coverage of the missile test, with vivid color photographs of the launch and jubilant leader Kim celebrating with military officers.

The pictures featured a long nose-coned projectile that appeared to be similar to missiles displayed during an April 15 military parade for the birth anniversary of state founder Kim Il Sung, the current leader's grandfather.

The nose cone resembles that of the KN-08 ICBM the North is believed to be developing, and the lofted trajectory tests re-entry by putting the missile through extra stress, said Joshua Pollack of the U.S.-based Nonproliferation Review.

"This is an advanced missile, if their claims are true," he said.

KCNA said Kim accused the United States of "browbeating" countries that "have no nukes", warning Washington not to misjudge the reality that its mainland was in the North's "sighting range for strike".

North Korea, which is banned by UN resolutions from engaging in nuclear and missile developments, has accused the United States of a hostile policy to crush its regime, calling its nuclear weapons a "sacred sword" to protect itself.

The North's leader, Kim, has said it was in final stages of developing an ICBM.

It was difficult to say when the North will have a reliably tested ICBM ready to deploy, said Lee Choon-geun, a senior research fellow at South Korea's state-run Science and Technology Policy Institute.

"When it comes to actual deployment, developed countries have tested at least 20 ICBMs and their success rate should be around 90 percent. It is not there yet," he said.

But the new engine used for Sunday's test signaled a major step forward in the intermediate-range missile development, one that can be modified for an ICBM flight, Lee added.

The lofted trajectory that would have result in more than 40 times the gravitational force at re-entry also raises questions about the stability of the payload and how much stress it can withstand, said Munich-based aerospace engineer Markus Schiller.

"We do not know if the re-entry vehicle survived this hell of a ride, and even if it did, we do not know if North Korea can build a payload that will also survive this ride."

(Additional reporting by James Pearson; Editing by Soyoung Kim and Clarence Fernandez)


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