Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)


Esfahan / Isfahan
Technology Center

Imagery Overview
Zone A
Zone B
Tunneling
Tunneling -- 2
Other Construction

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In a public session of the Iranian Parliament on 24 November 2003, Ahmad Shirzad, a deputy from the city of Isfahan, stated that "the regime had constructed a vast underground laboratory in Isfahan, 50 meters below the ground. He specifically referred to centrifuges and suggested that the underground facility covered more than 20,000 square meters..." [SOURCE]


Comparative Imagery of the Esfahan Technology Center -- Unidentified Tunneling Project
This imagery is published as a joint initiative with Yedioth Ahronoth, Israel's top daily newspaper, and its intelligence correspondent, Ronen Bergman
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Comparative Imagery of Esfahan Technology Center

Unidentified Tunneling Project
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Unidentified tunneling project as of 25 May 2000

Unidentified tunneling project as of 4 October 2001. No apparent change

Unidentified tunneling project as of 17 February 2002. No apparent change.




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