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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hutchinson, KansasKoreans expanding atomic Arsenal. As Pyongyang refines its technology its next Ste May be conducting its third nuclear test experts warn. The u. N. Security Council which has punished North Korea repeatedly for developing its nuclear program condemned the launch after a closed door meeting wednesday and said twill urgently consider an appropriate response. The Whitehouse called the launch a highly provocative act that threatens regional Security and even important ally China expressed regret. In Pyongyang however Pride Over the scientific advancement outweighed the fear of greater International isolation and punishment. North Korea though struggling to feed its people is now one of the few countries to have successfully launched working satellite into space from its own soil bitter rival South Korea is not on the list though it has tried. Its really Good news North korean citizen Jon in Gwang told the associated press As he and scores of other Pyongyang residents poured into the streets after a noon announcement to celebrate the launch by dancing in the Snow. It clearly testifies that our country has the capability to enter into space. Wednesdays launch was North koreans fourth bid since 1998. A april launch failed in the first of three stages raising doubts among outside observers whether North Korea could in just eight months but those doubt were erase wednesday. The Una rocket named after the Korea word for Galaxy blasted off from the so Hae launch pad in ton Chang i Northwest of Pyongyang shortly before 10 a. M. 0100gmtjust three Days after North Korea indicated that technical problems might delay the launch. South korean destroyer patrolling thewalt Erwest of the korean Peninsula immediately detected the launch. Japanese officials said the first rocket stage fell into the yellow sea and a second stage fell into the philippine sea hundreds of Kilometres Miles farther South. Tenort american aerospace defense command confirmed that initial indications Are that the missile deployed an object that appeared to achieve orbit. In an indication that North koreans leadership was worried about the Success of the launch the plan was kept quiet inside North Korea until a special noon broadcast on state to declared the launch a Success. open during its last attempt i april and even took the unusual step of inviting scores of foreign journalists for the occasion but that rocket splintered shortly after Takeoff. At one hotel bar wednesday North korean watched aptly cheering and applauding at the close of the Brief broadcast. As vans mounted with loudspeakers drove around the capital announcing the news North koreans bundled up in parkas ran outside to celebrate. Pyongyang did not immediately release images of the launch but hours late associated press reporters at the Pyongyang satellite command Center viewed a playback showing the rocket blasting off against a snowy backdrop in the Northwest. The White rocket was emblazoned with the name Una 3 and the North korean Flag. Director Kimiye Jin said the satellite was broadcasting song of Gen. Kirmil Sung and song of Gen. Kimyong in in space. He reiterate North koreans intention to keep launching satellites in the future. Space officials say the rocket i meant to Send a satellite into orbit to study crops an weather patterns. But the launch could leave Pyongyang evermore isolated and Cut off from much needed Aid and Trade. The u. N. Imposed two rounds of sanctions following nuclear tests in 2006 and 2009 and ordered the North not to conduct any launches using ballistic missile technology. Pyongyang maintains its right to develop a civilian space program saying the satellite will Send Back crucial scientific data. The Whitehouse Security Council spokesman Tomm Vietor called yet another example of North koreans pattern of irresponsible behaviour. The United states remains vigilant in the face of North korean provocations and fully committed to the Security of our allies in the Region Vietor said in a statement. Given this current threat to regional Security the United state swill strengthen and increase our close coordination with allies and partners. Vietor said the International Community must Send a Clear message that its violations of u. N. Security Council resolutions have consequences. The Obama administration is drawing no red line for North Korea after a successful Long Range rocket test tempering the Public condemnation to avoid raising tensions or possibly rewarding the reclusive communist nation with too much time in the global spotlight. The u. S. Has told the world that it wont tolerate Iranus acquisition of nuclear weapons or syrians use of chemical stockpiles on rebels. North Korea in some ways is a trickier Case. The u. S. Wants to forcefully condemn what it believes is a highly provocative act and that was the first Public reaction fro the Whitehouse late tuesday. But it also i mindful of the turmoil on the korean Peninsula and treading carefully offering no threat of military action or unspecified consequences associate with other hot spots. Just two years ago the North allegedly torpedoed a South Korea warship and shelled a South korean Island. Some 50 South koreans died in the attacks that brought the Peninsula to the Brink of War. North Korea already has the deterrent of a nuclear weapons Arsenal. The u. S. Is bound to protect next door South Korea Romany attack but has no desire now for military conflict. Raising the rhetoric can even serve As a Reward for seeking attention to a government that starves its own citizen while seeking to leverage an military Advance i makes Insomuch needed Aid. No doubt Pyongyang is pleased. It again has unsettled its leading adversaries. And it is in the news around the world said Doug Bandow senior fell wat the Cato Institute. The allies should have responded with a collective Yawn. After All the plan is nothing new. The dark has been testing rockets an missiles for years. The United states remains technically Atwar with the notoriously unpredictable North koreans whose opaque leadership has confounded successive american administrations. With no peace agreement Only the 1953 armistice ending the Korea War keeps the u. S. And the North from hostilities. Some 28,500 u. S. Troops remain in South Korea to deter potential aggression. Wednesdays surprising successful launch raises the stakes Takin North Korea one step closer to being capable of lobbing nuclear bombs Over the Pacific. As the North refines its technology its next Ste May be conducting another nuclear test experts warn. The three stage rocket is similar in design to Amodel capable of carrying a nuclear Tippe warhead As far As California. Despite its technological advances an military bluster its doubtful that the North intends to strike first against the u. S. North Korea has spent decades threatening but avoiding a direct confrontation with the tens of thousands of american forces in South Korea and Japan. The government has remained firmly in Power despite a drought plagued agricultural sector that leave Many North koreans in search of food and a crumbling Economy that affords few any Chance of social betterment. It is regrettable that the leadership in Pyongyang chose to take this course in flagrant violation of its International obligations Whitehouse press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters. He said the u. S. Would try to further isolate North Korea in response. State department called the launch highly provocative and a threat to regional Security. Twill Only further impoverish North koreans she said. Neither Carney no Nuland elaborated on possible consequences. The White houses initial statement referred Only to potential action at the u. N. Security Council which condemned North Korea on wednesday and said i would urgently consider an appropriate response. The threat of sanctions is unclear China North koreans Benefactor holds veto Power. N. Korea from Page a1 monsters is playing at the Carey digital dome theater. People Are excited about it Katie Gillmore outreach coordinator at the cosm sphere said. Any Chan Cewe have to get people excited and ignite curiosity about science and history is a Good Opportunity for us. Deep roots the foot is froma carnivorous Duck billed Dinosaur believed to have lived in the Jurassic period of the mesozoic Era Carey told the new when twas put on display in 1964. Twas found at 2,750 feet below the surface in a Coal mine at dra Gerton Utah. Thema who found it gave the 200 Pound foot to his brother in Law Johnc Cranie who formerly lived in Hutchinson. Twas then Given to Charlie Dovel As a Christmas gift in 1958. It Cost $ 34 to Send it to Hutchinson an was stored in the basemen with other artefacts he collected like Indian artefacts dating Back to 1200 to 1400 a. D. His love of collecting ancient artefact was passed on to his grandson Tom Zarnowski who now owns the foot. Zarnowski who often accompanied his Grandfather to pick up the artefacts remembers playing on the Foo when hews younger. We used to stand on it Zarnowski said. When you Are a kid it seems bigger. Dovel originally loaned the foot for display to the Hutchinson planetarium no the cosm sphere. At that time people could Only see it on saturday and sunday afternoons. I showed it once at a Rock shown Douglass but i a vent shown it since Dovel told the news. Its too heavy to move around. Finding the foot before he died Dovel sold the Dinosaur foot As hews Selling the other artefacts in his collection. Zarnowski asked his cousins if they knew where the Footway but nobody seemed to know. The foot had a lot of memories tied to it and Zarnowski wanted it Back. Hews at a Flea Market in Limon colo., when he noticed some of his grandfathers collections. Hews then told where he could find the foot. At the time twas owned by Ama who lived in Hutchinson. Twas a seven year journey to find the foot. Zarnowski tracked Down the owner and after some negotiation hews Able to Purchase the foot. He declined to say How much he paid for it but said twas a lot. I thought twas neat to get it Back Zarnowski said. Its not every Day you find someone who owns a Dinosaur foot. The cosm sphere display is the first time Zarnowski has shown the foot. I thought twas fitting he said. F rom p age o be the Hutchinson news thursday december 13, 2012 a3 foot from Page a1 Junru Huang the Hutchinson news the foot was displayed in 1964 at the Hutchinson planetarium which is now the cosm sphere. China Japan n. Korea s. Korea so Hae launch site source sri Imo Union of concerned scientists a planned rocket trajectory 0 0 500 pm Philippines 500 i acts strike defiant tone at Sandy concert t he a associated p Ress Newyork music and comedy Royalty struck a defiant tone in a Benefit concert for superstore Sandy victims on wednesday asking for help to rebuild a new York metropolitan area most of them know Well. The sold out Madison Square Garden show was televised streamed online and aired on radio All Over the world. Producers said up to 2 billion people could experience the concert live. When Are you going to learn comic and new Jersey native Jon Stewart said. You can throw anything at us terrorists hurricanes. You can take away our giant sodas. It does not matter. Were coming Back stronger every time. Jersey Shore hero Bruce Springsteen set a roaring tone opening the concert with land of Hope and dreams and wrecking Ball. He addressed the rebuilding process in introducing his song my City of ruins noting it was written about the decline of Asbury Park n. J. Before that Cit yes Renaissance Over the past decade
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