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South Korea launches its first spy satellite after rival North Korea does the same

  • South Korea has launched its first military spy satellite, while North Korea has also claimed to put its own spy satellite into orbit, leading to increased tensions between the two nations.
  • South Korea's satellite was launched from California's Vandenberg Space Force Base using SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, with plans to send four more satellites by 2025. The satellites will enhance South Korea's defense capabilities.
  • Both South Korea and the United States have condemned North Korea's satellite launch, which violates multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions. The launch has strained relations between the two Koreas and breached a previous military agreement.
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