On August 9, explosions rocked Russian military air base “Saki” near the town of Novofiodorovka in the Republic of Crimea.
Satellite images confirmed the consequences of recent ammunition explosions on the territory of a military airbase. As a result of explosions, a fire broke out, as evidenced by a large area damaged by fire.
Several funnels are also seen on the satellite imagery.
Missile attack by Ukrainian forces is unlikely and is almost excluded. The approach of missiles from the sea would be seen by thousands of people who were on the beach. The attack could not pass unnoticed as it would be accompanied by a specific sound of a missile approach.
The funnels were likely caused by detonation of explosive devices planted by saboteurs and the following detonation of ammunition. An attack by a sabotage group is the most likely scenario.
The satellite imagery demonstrated that significant damage has been done to the Russian military base and aircraft.
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