There was dancing and a military band in the North Korean capital Pyongyang in response to the successful launch of a satellite into space.
Meanwhile, protesters in the the South Korean capital Seoul pointed mock pistols at, and set alight to, an effigy of North Korea's leader leaning on a model rocket.
In South Korea, and much of the world, today's launch is seen as part of a programme to develop a long-distance missile capability.
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