U.S. Firm That Provided Israeli Nuke Facility Imagery Photographed Another Highly Sensitive Site

Planet Labs photographed an area west of Beit Shemesh, which appears on ordinary Israeli maps as open space. It’s not clear who commissioned the satellite photographs

Chaim Levinson
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The American company that provided satellite photos of the Dimona nuclear reactor last week has also photographed another classified security facility.

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