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Iran: Our satellite photographed Israel's Dimona reactor, IDF bases | Ha'aretz
Iran and the West are now competing over who is getting more stressed: Europe that feared on Wednesday that Iran was about to cut the oil line, or Iran, which has been consistently busy uncovering new technologies.

In one example, the Iranian website Mashreq claimed that the recently launched Navid-class satellite was able to take detailed photographs of the nuclear reactor in Dimona as well as "sensitive sites, air forces bases, and various areas of Tel Aviv."

What advantage can they get from more detailed pictures than those on Google Maps (try 31 00.1075  35 08.4306)? Or the picture (maybe a little bit out of date?) on Electronic Intifada?
by gk (gk (gk quattro due due sette @gmail.com)) on Thu Feb 16th, 2012 at 02:58:28 PM EST
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