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Ballistics: What goes up must come down

Remember how just the other week the big crisis was over whether the North Koreans were going to lob a missile or two into the water near Guam? 

The United States has a considerable military presence there, and the North Koreans seemed to be keen just to show that they could do it. (“Nice little

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