Aug. twelve (UPI) — The Ministry of Defense said Saturday the innovative U.S. missile protection technique deployed in a southern town will never result in any adverse effects to the local ecosystem.

Previously in the day, the protection and ecosystem ministries carried out their joint environmental study of electromagnetic radiation and sound from the Terminal Significant Altitude Area Defense technique in Seongju, southeast of Seoul.

Two rocket launchers and a strong X-band radar are operational at the new U.S. Forces Korea foundation, formerly a private golfing course.

The protection ministry said the radiation amount at a place one hundred meters from the radar was measured at .01659 watt per square meter on normal during a six-moment test. From five hundred meters away, it was .004136 W/㎡. At 700 meters from the radar, the radiation amount was .000886 W/㎡. All figures were being considerably under the regulatory defense normal of ten W/㎡.

The momentary optimum was .04634 W/㎡.

The sound amount was on par with the optimum regulatory normal in residential regions of 50 decibels.

At one hundred meters from the radar, the sound amount was fifty one.nine db, and it was 50.three db at five hundred meters away. At the 700-meter mark, it fell to 47.1 db.

The protection ministry said the closest residential location is far more than a mile away from the THAAD foundation, and that the sound will have just about no affect on the neighborhood there.

On Thursday, the government postponed the environmental study program due to the fact of poor temperature and fierce protests from activists and local people who have referred to as on the government to scrap the deployment of THAAD in their location.

Subsequent months of interagency discussions, the government has resolved to conduct an supplemental environmental evaluation, a system that will just take many far more months, before consulting with the USFK on switching the “tentative” THAAD deployment to a long term basis.

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