Two explosions have been reported in the Iranian town of Isfahan. The first occurred at around 2:30 AM and was originally reported by Farsnews, until the report was taken down.
Israel’s Channel 10 is reporting that a second explosion occurred not long ago at a Shahab-4 ballistic missile facility, also in Isfahan.
Isfahan hosts a nuclear technology center and a uranium conversion facility, as well as a production plant which make alloys for nuclear reactors.
Isfahan has a population of over 1.5 million people.
Below is a satellite photo taken of the previous explosion that hit an Iranian missile base on November 12, 2011.
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