North Korea announced that it had created a poster for a military reconnaissance satellite it launched last month. Some depict ballistic missiles and satellites as a set, claiming to have the ability to constantly monitor enemy movements and attack.

On the 7th, North Korea's official newspaper of the Workers' Party of Korea, the Labor Daily, reported that it had prepared a poster for the military reconnaissance satellite "Marurigyong-21," which announced its first successful launch on the 1st of last month.

Six types were created, including the logo of the National Aerospace Technology Directorate with NATA written on it and the appearance of a rocket with a design of a legendary horse, from which the name of the new rocket is derived, ascending.

In addition, there are also missiles and satellites such as the new ICBM = intercontinental ballistic missile class "Mars 18 type" as a set, and it is written in Hangul as "'eye' looking down on Wanli and powerful 'fist' that strikes Wanli".

The poster appears to be photographed from the air in the continental United States, Japan, and Hawaii, where the U.S. military bases are located, and claims to have the ability to constantly monitor enemy movements and attack.

North Korea has announced that it will start operation of the reconnaissance satellite from this month and decide on the launch plan for next year at the end of this month, and the three countries of Japan, the United States and South Korea are carefully analyzing the performance of the satellite.