Japan launches Intel satellite to monitor North Korea, military activities of neighboring country will be monitored
Intel Satellite is equipped with all the features. This intelligence gathering satellite can take pictures 24 hours a day and even in severe weather. Japan launched the IGS program in 1988 after the country's North Korean missile flyover.
Japan has got a major success in thwarting the dangerous plans of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Japan successfully launched a government intelligence-gathering satellite on Thursday in a mission to monitor activities at military sites in North Korea and improve natural disaster response.
The H2A rocket, launched by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., has been designed keeping in view the growing threats in East Asia. In Tokyo's effort to increase its military capability, the IGS-Radar 7 reconnaissance satellite was successfully launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in southwestern Japan. Mitsubishi Heavy later said the satellite successfully entered its planned orbit.
What is the specialty of this Intel Satellite
Intel Satellite is equipped with all the features. This intelligence gathering satellite can take pictures 24 hours a day and even in severe weather.
Japan launched the IGS program after the country's North Korean missile flyover in 1988 and aims to establish a network of 10 satellites to provide early warning for potential missile launches. Let us tell you that satellites can also be used for disaster monitoring and response.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida gave information
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said in a statement on Thursday, "The government will maximize the use of IGS-RADAR 7 and other reconnaissance satellites to make greater efforts for Japan's national security and crisis management."
In December Kishida's government adopted a new national security strategy that includes long-range cruise missiles as a 'counterstrike' capability, citing advances in fast weapons in China and North Korea as the country's special forces. formally breaking with the self-defense-only post-war doctrineIs.
Recorded 40 consecutive successes
Experts say a possible retaliatory strike will require significant help from Japan's ally the United States, as well as increased intelligence gathering and cyber security capabilities.
Let us tell you that the Mitsubishi Heavy Operated, liquid-fueled H2A rocket has recorded 40 consecutive successes since its failure in 2003.