Pentagon Downplays Iran Military Satellite As ‘Tumbling Webcam’

Pentagon downplays Iran military satellite as ‘tumbling webcam’

The head of the US Space Command said the Pentagon believes that Iran’s first successful launch of a military satellite into space does not pose any intelligence threat.

The Nour satellite placed into orbit on April 22 is classified by the US military as a small 3U Cubesat, three adjoined units each no more than a liter in volume and less than 1.3 kilograms (one pound) each, said General Jay Raymond in a tweet late Sunday.

“Iran states it has imaging capabilities — actually, it’s a tumbling webcam in space; unlikely providing intel,” he wrote.

https://news.yahoo.com/pentagon-downplays-iran-military-satellite-tumbling-webcam-133013191.html

 

 

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