Yep, you guessed it. North Korea fired off another missile.
This happy group are a bunch of North Korean generals smiling with their Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un as North Korea launched a new round of missile tests
According to NBC News, a solid-fuel Pukguksong-2 missile was launched last Sunday and reached a height of 350 miles.
While North Korea may still not be able to launch a missile that is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to the United States, there is little doubt that the little country is making strides.
The successful use of solid fuel in their missiles is worrisome to the U.S. as solid fuel rockets can be launched much quicker than other rockets which must be fueled before launch, thus giving more warning time.
Michael Elleman, senior fellow for missile defense at the International Institute for Strategic Studies, told NBC News it remained hard to assess how far along North Korea is in terms of that endeavor but it appeared clear that progress was being made.
— NBC News
This continues to bring closer the day of reckoning for North Korea as the U.S. has vowed not to allow the deployment of armed nuclear missiles capable of reaching the U.S. mainland.