North Korea's new space program logo looks suspiciously like NASA's
NADA, North Korea's National Aerospace Development Administration, sounds a lot like NASA, America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration. And their logo looks a lot like NASA's too.
"To put into practice the idea and principle of the DPRK government to develop the space for peaceful purpose," is NADA's mission statement according to the state-run Korea Central News Agency. The logo's symbolism is truly North Korean. The "Giant Bear Constellation" on it represents the "will of the space scientists of the DPRK to glorify Kim Il Sung's and Kim Jong Il's Korea as a space power."
What's striking is the logo's pure "originality" in design. Very cool. I just can't believe NASA, our very own space program, would blatantly copy another space program's logo!
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