OSINT analysts have identified positions in Sevastopol from which the occupiers launch missiles from the Bastion. Satellite photos
OSINT analysts of the Radio&Nukes project showed the positions on satellite images. They were published on social network X (to view the photo, scroll down to the end).
As noted, experts identified the positions thanks to alleged footage of the launch of the P-800 Oniks anti-ship missile published online. The video shows a flash in Kozacha Bay - the explosion occurred when an air raid was declared in Sevastopol, and the occupiers claimed that it was an air defense operation.
According to OSINT analysts, this is the air base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet at Cape Khersones in Sevastopol. On the satellite images, they pointed out the location of the Russian K-300P Bastion-P launcher.
"This is near the former space surveillance and missile warning radar. The system launches the supersonic cruise missile P-800 Oniks, which has been repeatedly used against Ukraine," the statement said.
The satellite images were taken by Planet Labs PBC at the following coordinates: location - 44.5825981,33.3933826, date/time - 23.10.2023, 08:13 UTC.
It is noteworthy that this location was also marked by OSINT researcher D. mojavensis, who showed the position of the alleged Onyx missile launch on the map.
As OBOZ.UA reported, earlier the military and guerrilla movement Atesh recorded the place of accumulation of Russian aviation at the Kirovske airfield in Crimea. According to the agents, there are many combat aircraft, helicopters, as well as various occupiers' UAVs.