According to a report from a South Korean newspaper, U.S. and South Korean intelligence officials have noticed that rocket fuel has been moved out of a satellite launch site in North Korea. This suggests that the country may be preparing for a military spy satellite launch and conducting combustion tests. North Korea has previously attempted to launch a rocket carrying a satellite in May and August, but these attempts were unsuccessful. After the second failed launch, North Korean media reported that they would try again in October. However, the report suggests that the third attempt may actually take place in November, with support from Russia to improve the rocket engine technology. The report also mentions that vehicles and personnel for fuel delivery have been detected at a fuel storage facility at the launch site.
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