What are North Korean workers doing when not preparing for a nuclear test? 

Letting loose on the volleyball court, apparently. "Unusual" satellite images of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site, snapped on Sunday and described in a 38 North report, reveal not the expected preparations for the country's sixth nuclear test but rather three concurrent games of volleyball, reports the New York Times

Since North Korea knows when satellites zip overhead, analysts say the games at the main administrative area, guard barracks, and support area of the command center—plus an apparently unused volleyball net at the command center—were likely meant to convey some sort of message, though they aren't exactly sure what.

Read the full story on Newser.com

Photo: Getty Images