الأحد، 3 أكتوبر، 2010

من صفحة صور عسكريه من جوجل إيرث بالمدونه

نشاط جديد فى منشأة يونجبيون النوويه بالقرب من بيونج يانج عاصمة كوريا الشماليه


من الممكن أن تكون أعمال الحفر للتمهيد لبرج التبريد أو محطة ضخ جديدة يجري بناؤها في ذلك الموقع ، مما يتيح لكوريا الشمالية إعادة تشغيل مفاعل 5MW وتستمرفى إستخراج البلوتونيوم إضافية من امداداتها من قضبان الوقود .

Yongbyon [Nyongbyon]

New excavation work



This satellite imagery overview taken on 17 April 2009 shows the 5MW reactor as well as the remnants of the demolished cooling tower at the upper left of the image, prior to excavation work having begun
 

Yongbyon [Nyongbyon]

New excavation work



This closer detail of a satellite image taken on 26 September 2010 shows the recent excavation of the 15,000 square foot hole in the ground. when fully finished an estimated 450,000 cubic feet of earth will have been removed from the site. Also visible in the imagery are a new building to the left of the activity site as well as a newly poured concrete pad in the upper left.
 

Yongbyon [Nyongbyon]

New excavation work



This satellite image shows a 17 April 2009 close-up detail of the demolished cooling tower at the Yongbyon nuclear facility prior to the new excavation activity being detected.
 
 

Yongbyon [Nyongbyon]

New excavation work



This satellite image taken on 26 September 2010 shows a portion of the Yongbyon nuclear facility. Visible in the image is the 5MW reactor located in the bottom quadrant of the image and the new excavation activity near the location of the old cooling tower.
 

Yongbyon [Nyongbyon]

New excavation work


Comparative satellite imagery of the suspicious excavation site at Yongbyon, North Korea, from mid-April 2009 and late-September 2010
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Comparative satellite imagery of the suspicious excavation site at Yongbyon, North Korea, from mid-April 2009 and late-September 2010