The images, taken from above North Korea's Sinpo South Shipyard, prompted suggestions that the weapon was preparing to go to sea.
He and other analysts pore over commercial satellite imagery of the testing site, looking for signs of activity similar to that prior to other tests.
He says another nuclear test would invite tougher measures from Beijing, possibly including new restrictions on Chinese companies' investments in North Korea and cuts in the number of Chinese tourists allowed to visit.
About 11 tarp-covered pallets of equipment or supplies, a formation of personnel and several people walking about also were spotted in the main administrative area's courtyard, according to the site, which is run by the U.S. -Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University. "We talked trade", Trump said in a Wednesday press conference.
The Japanese director-general of the International Atomic Agency, Yukiya Amano, confirmed on Thursday that North Korea's programme is developing and suggested U.S. policy in the region is "reckless", CNN reports.
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"The problem will be taken care of", President Trump said shortly after the USA military had fired a bomb on a tunnel and cave network of the ISIS in eastern Afghanistan, claiming the lives of about 36 terrorists.
"The aggressive acts of war on the part of the United States are getting increasingly reckless", the official said.
The Foreign Ministry says Japan is coordinating with the U.S., South Korea and other countries and will continue efforts to convince North Korea to refrain from further provocations and comply with United Nations resolutions banning Pyongyang's missile technology development.
While it's unclear how much allies' concerns would influence Trump administration calculations on any strike, Foreign Ministry spokesman Cho June-hyuck told reporters in Seoul on Tuesday that the US said it wouldn't take action without first consulting South Korea.
"This has created a unsafe situation in which a thermo-nuclear war may break out any moment on the peninsula and posed serious threat to the world peace and security, to say nothing of those in Northeast Asia", it said. And it will continue developing its nuclear program and conduct its next nuclear test whenever its leaders see fit. North Korea's most recent ballistic missile test was on April 5, the eve of the first meeting between Xi and Trump in Florida.
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It is believed that dictator Kim Jong-un's nuclear submarine system is inspired by the Golf-class submarines used by the Soviet Union before the fall of the Iron Curtain.
"The willingness to cooperate with the new U.S. government has been quite overt", she said.
The North conducted two such tests past year alone.
In this undated photo distributed on Friday, April 14, 2017, by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, watches a military drill at an undisclosed location.
Last year, South Korean officials said the North tested an intermediate-range Musudan missile, but it failed. The vast amount of coal that comes out of North Korea going to China, they've turned back the boats.
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Many experts believe North Korea could have a viable nuclear warhead and a ballistic missile capable of hitting the US mainland within the next few years. He spoke by phone with President Xi Jinping on Wednesday morning in Beijing, shortly after saying that China could get a better trade deal with the US if it reined in a regime it has supported since the Korean War, in part to prevent having an American ally on its doorstep.