North Korea still fueling missile

North Korea still fueling missile
North Korea still fueling missile

NHK also quoted South Korean intelligence officials as saying the missile holds about 65 tons of liquid fuel. Even if the 40 fueling trucks spotted so far have all been used, that wouldn't be enough to complete the refueling process, the officials said, according to NHK, according to the AP.

Meanwhile, workers spotted near the head of the missile on Monday weren't visible Tuesday, NHK cited the U.S. sources as saying. The site in the northeast of the country appears to be guarded by about 1,000 troops, the report said.