Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Iran Posts High-Resolution Satellite Images Of US Base In Qatar


Iran Front Page: Iran’s Military Satellite Takes High-Resolution Images of US Base in Qatar

The military satellite Noor, sent into orbit by Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), has taken clear mosaic images of Al-Udeid Air Base, the forward headquarters of the US military’s Central Command in Qatar.

Photos released by IRGC-affiliated news agencies show that the satellite has taken high-resolution mosaic images of Al-Udeid Air Base.

Earlier, the US military had said that ballistic missile fire detected from the IRGC‘s ongoing war games in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz has resulted in US troops being put on alert at Al-Udeid Air Base and Al-Dhafra Air Base in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

“The incident lasted for a matter of minutes and an all clear was declared after the threat … had passed,” said Central Command spokeswoman Beth Riordan.

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Update: Images of US Base Taken by Iranian Satellite Used in IRGC War Game (Tasnim News Agency)

WNU Editor: Iran is bragging that its satellite is watching everything .... Iran Fires Missiles At Its Fake Carrier, Says Its Satellite Has Been Watching From Above (Updated) (Warzone/The Drive).

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would not call that clear or high Res.

Anonymous said...

Iran should be more concerned about delivering indoor plumbing to its citizens.

home safty said...

-home-safety-tips

Anonymous said...


Having seen the video of how the Iranians are using the immobile aircraft mock-up for military training, or perhaps comedic competition for a Laurel & Hardy short of 100+ years ago, I question the mindset and expenditures involved. I'm sure they can do better.

Can't they?

fazman said...

More than good enough for targeting coordinates

Fusion said...

Welcome to the 80's Iran!

Jac said...

Are we sure that these images are not coming from other sources ?

Anonymous said...

So as US along with NATO members. US itself has more homeless people then Iran.