Israeli satellite imaging concern finds in Iran a 27 meter (89 ft) missile launcher with new missile capable of reaching as far as Israel & Europe
• Teheran is still in the midst of nuclear negotiations with world powers.
By Eli Leon & Israel Hayom Staff
Israeli satellite imaging company ImageSat released images from Iran revealing a new nuclear development site.
ImageSat International’s satellite image show missile release facility in Iran
The images show what appears to be a new missile launcher that stands 27 meters (89 feet) tall and is capable of launching a nuclear missile to Israel or Europe, according to a Channel 2 report.
An Iranian missile launch [Illustrative] – Photo: Reuters
It further indicated that among the new nuclear developments pictured was a large long-range missile, never seen before in the West. The missile is powerful enough to launch a satellite or a manned spacecraft, the report said
These nuclear developments are taking place while Iran is subject to sanctions for its nuclear program and while nuclear negotiations with the world powers continue.
ImageSat International’s satellite image as shown on Israel TV2
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