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Exploration of South Korea calls into question the hydrogen explosion in the DPRK

In South Korea, it is believed that the magnitude of the earthquake was not high enough to say with certainty about the explosion of the hydrogen bomb of the claimed power

Intelligence in South Korea is questioning the hydrogen explosion in the DPRK, considering the magnitude of the earthquake caused by the nuclear test on Wednesday not high enough, RIA Novosti reports citing the agency Ryongap.

"North Korea is talking about a hydrogen bomb, but measurements (of magnitudes) show that it may not be so," the agency reports intelligence conclusions, announced the same day in the Parliament of the Republic of Korea.

"During the third test (2013), the explosion power was 7,9 kilotons, the magnitude of the earthquake was 4,9, and this time the power was 6 kilotons, and the magnitude was even less - 4,8," South Korean intelligence claims.
According to her, "a hydrogen bomb has a capacity of several hundred tons, and even in the event of an unsuccessful test, it should be several tens of tons."
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