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[i]The choice of a globe as the emblem for North Korea's space agency expresses the country's ideal of peaceful exploration, explains the Korean Central News Agency. The blue rings, it adds, represent satellites, and the constellation of stars shows the desire to "glorify Kim Il-sung's and Kim Jong-il's Korea as a space power".
However, the state news agency neglects to mention one glaring thing: the new logo looks a lot like that of NASA, the space agency of Pyongyang foe's the US, right down to the blue globe, lettering and swooshed ring.[/i]
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