SOC said:Arian said:Could be. I find it strange that 4 launchers look different than the other 4 clearly identifiable Sa-6 launchers there, even though they are only a few meters away from each other. One looking different due to angle or image processing, but 4?
It's likely due to overcompensating for terrain. Bad processing can cause funny things to show up, like wavy runways and the like.
At any rate, the Russian video released from the UAV disproves the whole "23 missiles hit Shayrat" nonsense. I first looked at post-strike imagery, calculated the number of impact points, and then used the UAV footage to find others that weren't as obvious. Yeah, way more than 23 hits. Russian propaganda might not be as completely hilarious as, say, Iranian propaganda, but it's equally useless. Remember when they tried to pass off a faked satellite image as evidence showing a Ukrainian FLANKER shot down the Malaysian airliner?
Where are Syria's Buk sites located? Anyone locate them, so we can take a look?
Multiple Pechora-2M and Sa-3 sites can be found along the path the missiles supposedly followed, and those can be clearly identified. But finding Buk sites seems hard.