North Korea steals NASA logo, but names space agency NADA (which means ‘nothing’ in Spanish)

With its blue globe, swooshed rings and a constellation of stars remarkably like NASA’s, North Korea has proudly unveiled a new logo for its space agency to ‘glorify’ its stature as a global power.

But almost as soon as it was unveiled, the emblem was already threatening to bring dictator Kim Jong Un crashing back down to Earth.

Amid the fanfare, it has been quick to attract mocking criticism because its acronym NADA unfortunately translates as ‘nothing’ in Spanish.

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