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Israel Launches ‘Ofek 10’ Spy Satellite

"Ofek 9," the predecessor to Ofek 10 that was successfully launched Wednesday night.

"Ofek 9," the predecessor to Ofek 10 that was successfully launched Wednesday night.

Israel successfully  launched its “Ofek 10” satellite Wednesday night from the Palmachim Air Force Base near Tel Aviv.

The satellite has photo capabilities in all weather conditions and at night and is expected to bolster Israel’s intelligence system and security.

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29 Responses to “Israel Launches ‘Ofek 10’ Spy Satellite”

  1. Norman Press says:

    I would not expect any less from Israel.

  2. another goodnews from the promise land

  3. Israel spend to much money in defense.

  4. Paul Loftus says:

    Man united need to do the same

  5. what is man united? and can it find a plane in an ocean?

  6. Good. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

  7. Good. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

  8. Satellites aren’t the only things Israel can launch on rockets and missiles.

  9. Adam Green says:

    Great- but if its a spy satellite… keep it shtum

  10. Adam Green says:

    Great- but if its a spy satellite… keep it shtum

  11. Lets see Kerry complain about that one!

  12. GOD BLESS AND PROTECT STRONG ISRAEL AMEN

  13. Tony Vergara says:

    Be strong and courageous! God of Israel bless bless your nation

  14. i’ll be watching too! :)

  15. i’ll be watching too! :)

  16. Am Yisroel Chai !!!

  17. Manuel Reis says:

    Congrats, Israel! You build up new technology; your enemies destroy everything, so teach the bastards one more lesson, the ULTIMATE ONE! Bless you & your People! :)

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