SEOUL, South Korea (CBSNewYork) — North Korea launched a ballistic missile on Thursday morning, according to U.S. and South Korean officials.

The missile — an intermediate range ballistic missile — was launched shortly before noon from Sunan, North Korea and flew east, according to the U.S. Pacific Command.

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The missile ‘overflew the territory of northern Japan before landing in the Pacific Ocean east of Japan,’ a U.S. Naval official said.

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In a release sent to CBS2, officials said that the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) had determined that the missile did not pose a threat to North America or Guam, but would, ‘monitor North Korea’s actions closely.’

Last month North Korea launched a Hwasong-12 intermediate range missile, CBS News reported. That missile also flew over northern Japan.

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Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that President Trump had been debriefed on the launch.