OSINT analyst shows photo of surface drones moving towards Crimea before bridge explosions: satellite detects them
The European Sentinel satellite detected four high-speed objects in the Black Sea moving towards the Crimean coast before the "pop" on the Kerch Strait bridge on 17 July. The network suggested that they could be connected to the attack on the bridge.
The photos were posted on his Twitter page by an OSINT analyst with the nickname MT Anderson. "Nothing definite, but the grouping and direction of movement is interesting based on recent events," he wrote.
According to him, four unidentified speedboats were filmed 75 km southeast of Zmiinyi Island. Note: Russia claimed that the attack on the Crimean bridge was carried out by two surface "Ukrainian" naval drones.
Preliminary satellite photos were taken on 16 July, a few hours before the explosions at the facility, which is important for the enemy's logistics. The "Cotton" caught up with the bridge around 3:00 a.m. on Monday, 17 July.
The network suggests that these vehicles may have attacked the Crimean Bridge. According to another version, they were the UAV carriers that carried out the attack.
The Sentinel satellite photo is also another indication that Russia does not control the western part of the Black Sea.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote:
- The Security Service of Ukraine has officially commented on the explosion of the Crimean bridge on 17 July. They assured that all the details of the organisation of the "cotton" will be disclosed after the victory of our country.
- A satellite of the American company Maxar Technologies Inc. has filmed the aftermath of a new emergency on the bridge across the Kerch Strait.