North Korean Missile Tests
- 2012 North Korean satellite rocket launch - (April 12–16, 2012) - Unha-3
- 2009 North Korean missile test (July 4, 2009)
- 2009 North Korean nuclear test and following the nuclear test, Pyongyang also conducted several missile tests.
- 2009 North Korean satellite rocket launch - (April 5, 2009) - Unha-2
- 2006 North Korean nuclear test - (October 9, 2006)
- 2006 North Korean missile test - (July 5, 2006) - Taepodong-2 failed
- 1998 North Korean missile test - (August 31, 1998) - Taepodong-1
- 1993 North Korean missile test - (May 29/30, 1993) - Nodong-1
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