North Korean intermediate-range mobile missiles on parade in 2015. Credit: North Korean state-run media
North Korea launches the Hwasong-14 in July on a lofted trajectory that demonstrated sufficient range to hit the continental United States. Credit: Korean Central News Agency
“While we’re not at war in space, I don’t think we could say we’re exactly at peace either,” Vice Adm. Charles Richard, STRATCOM vice commander, said March 23 at a conference in Washington. Credit: CSIS video
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observes the March 7 test launch of four ballistic missiles. Credit: Rodong Sinmun
A passenger walks past a TV screen broadcasting a news report on North Korea's long range rocket launch at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, February 7, 2016.   Credit: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (C) reacts as he watches a long range rocket launch in North Korea
A metal object believed to be a part of North Korean long range rocket launched Feb. 7 is seen in this undated handout picture provided by South Korean Defense Ministry and released by Yonhap  Feb. 9.  Credit: REUTERS/Defense Ministry/Yonhap
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watches a long range rocket launch into the air in North Korea, in this photo released Feb. 7 by Kyodo.   Credit: REUTERS/Kyodo
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un organizes and guides a combined joint drill of the units under KPA Combined Units 572 and 630 in this undated file photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang November 23, 2014. Credit: REUTERS/KCNA/Files
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watches a long range rocket launch into the air in North Korea, in this photo released Feb. 7 by Kyodo.   Credit: REUTERS/Kyodo