US Laser took down North Korean Missile

April 13, 2012 tribbleagency.com

Blogs going haywire over what some say was a Laser that took out the North Korean Rocket. The North Korean rocket failed 81 seconds after launch, roughly the same amount of time it takes the Boeing Missile Defense System to damage an inflight rocket. Boeing published the outcome here. On Feb. 11, 2010, Boeing, industry teammates and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency successfully demonstrated the speed, precision and breakthrough potential of directed-energy weapons when the Airborne Laser Test Bed engaged and destroyed a boosting ballistic missile.

Reports are that it was roughly a minute and a half before the ICBM was destroyed, the North Korean rocket was destroyed in a similar timeframe.

This is unconfirmed, but from what we understand the Laser shoot down was selected because North Korea (or none of the other countries for that matter) were able to detect a laser shot, so the US was able to do this making the North Koreans look at their rocket as a failure. We want to stress that this currently is speculation, but the time-frames do match in terms of time to launch to missile destruction both run at approximately 1 to 1.5 minutes of a sustained laser attack from the Boeing system.

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