South Korea has recovered what it believes to be debris from the engine of the long-range rocket launched by North Korea this month, the defence ministry said.
This photo, received from South Korea's Defence Ministry on December 23, 2012, shows debris from North Korea's Dec 12 rocket launch, on the deck of a South Korean Navy vessel in the Yellow Sea. Navy ships have retrieved six chunks of debris from the rocket.
"If it is confirmed to be engine debris, it will be very useful for analyzing North Korea's missile technology," a ministry spokesman said.
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