Iran announces for the first time that it takes sensitive and accurate photos from Syria, Israel and the US

For the first time, the Secretary of the Expediency Council in Iran, Mohsen Rezaei, has announced the capture of sensitive and accurate photos from Syria, Israel and the United States.

Rezaei said, during the ceremony honoring the memory of the martyr Mustafa Jumran, that the “Noor” military satellite sends daily accurate pictures of the United States and Israel when it passes over them, adding that his country “monitors the atmosphere of the two countries, far beyond our monitoring of their movements in Syria and Iraq”.

The Revolutionary Guards announced last April the launch of the first satellite for “Noor” military purposes, and said that it had settled in its orbit 425 km from the surface of the earth, which raised American and European fears and criticism.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Iran’s space program is dangerous and not peaceful, adding: “We previously confirmed that Iran’s space program is neither peaceful nor civilian in nature”.