Japan's Coast Guard said it believes the two missiles were launched five minutes apart, at 12:38 p.m. and 12:43 p.m. local time (11:38 p.m. and 11:43 p.m. ET).
Japan's Defense Ministry said the North Korean projectiles are believed to have fallen into waters outside its exclusive economic zone.
Japan has updated their statement - the missiles did, infact, fall within the waters of the exclusive economic zone
North Korea fires two ballistic missiles, South Korean military says:
Both North and South Korea tested ballistic missiles on Wednesday, ratcheting up tensions exponentially in what was already one of the most volatile regions on the planet.www.cnn.com
North Korea Is Now Launching Ballistic Missiles From TrainsNorth Korea has revealed that a pair of ballistic missiles it test-fired earlier today were launched using a previously unknown railway-based system. A railcar-based missile launcher would offer a relatively cheap way for the North Koreans to field additional missiles in a way that would make them significantly less vulnerable to preemptive or counter-attacks.
I can count at least five nations.Depends...
Sorry, I needed a bad humor break.
North Korea claims it successfully tested new ‘HYPERSONIC’ missile system
Pyongyang has fired off a newly developed “hypersonic missile” off its east coast, North Korean state media reported, claiming the system’s inaugural test was a success. “In the first test launch, defense scientists confirmed the flight maneuverability and stability of the missile,” Rodong Sinmun and KCNA, North Korean state-run news outlets, reported on Wednesday.