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The Iranian Khorgo underground ballistic missile site is almost operational after new launching positions were constructed, satellite images obtained by Fox News show.

Images taken by Maxar Technologies reveal four holes dug into the side of a mountain. Three of the shafts are hardened vertical launch positions in their final construction phase, according to a separate analysis done by the civilian intelligence group The Intel Lab.

"Considering the geographic location as well as the existing topography, once this complex reaches full operational capability, it will not be an easy task to neutralize it by conventional means," said Chief Intel Lab Analyst Itay Bar-Lev.

Iranian Khorgo underground ballistic missile site. (Satellite image ©2021 Maxar Technologies) ((Satellite image ©2021 Maxar Technologies))

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Revealed by ImageSat International in 2018, the suspected Iranian SSM Facility in Wadi Jahannam (Valley of Hell) in Syria shows a slow yet steady construction pace.

Additional Storage structures were completed at the end of 2020 and March 2021 at the southern tip of the complex.

Further Analysis of the complex performed on March 2021 Satellite Imagery leads to the assessment that the complex is active yet not fully operational although the essential and crucial construction phase has been completed.

Wadi Jahannam SSM Facility - Syria - December 2nd, 2020

Wadi Jahannam SSM Facility - Syria - December 2nd, 2020

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This SAR image of the Axum Airport shows 23 trenches dug perpendicularly across the runway to prevent its usage during the Ethiopian Tigray conflict. A zoomed in view displays the individual trenches in contrast to the dark tarmac as well as debris cluttering the runway’s surface. The airport was recaptured by Ethiopian government forces from the TPLF who were accused of sabotaging the airfield before losing control to federal forces.
Aksum Airport, Ethiopia

This image of the Roswell International Air Center shows the airport along with a “boneyard” where American Airlines retires its McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft and Airbus A300-600R jetliners. The aircraft and shadows reveal granular details such as the size of a fuselage, cockpit, wings, and engines.
Roswell International Air Center, New Mexico

SAR imagery captures the Jiuquan Launch Center where China recently launched its new commercial CERES-1 rocket. The spaceport’s launchpad areas and vertical assembly area are clearly visible in the radar image and a zoomed in version shows the launch pad.
Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, China

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