Japan and U.S. send planes to collect air particles after North Korea bomb test

The U.S. Air Force's WC-135 "sniffer" planes in Japan will be measuring the air samples near the Korean Peninsula to confirm the presence of radioactive particles in the atmosphere and confirm the nuclear test. The Japanese military also has radiological detection equipment in some of its jets as well.
The U.S. Air Force’s WC-135 “sniffer” planes in Japan will be measuring the air samples near the Korean Peninsula to confirm the presence of radioactive particles in the atmosphere and confirm the nuclear test. The Japanese military also has radiological detection equipment in some of its jets as well.
Japan and U.S. send planes to collect air particles after North Korea bomb test

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