Sputnik: Satellite Images Reveal Possible New Ballistic Missile Base in Iran, Report Suggests
The report compiles satellite images through several years, showing construction activities at the site.
Satellite images by Capella Space reveal concrete structures and what appear to be tunnel entries in what Israeli-based The Intel Lab says might be a new ballistic missile base.
According to The Intel Lab, which describes itself as an intelligence consultancy, construction at the site began in around 2005, with two tunnels being excavated 400 metres below crest level.
The site is reported to be 28 kilometres northwest of Isfahan City Centre in central Iran.
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