Satellite, launched last week, is expected to monitor threats facing Israel
Satellite spy joins family of reconnaissance devices that constantly monitor threats like Iran and more.
New images from Natanz posted online on July 8 illustrated the extensive damage to the facility caused by a mysterious July 2 explosion.
“You can assume that once you have more than one satellite in parallel in the sky, you achieve better visit times over the targets of interest.”
Israel worries that Lebanon's Hezbollah and Gaza's Hamas militants could use commercial satellite images to plan rocket strikes on key civilian and military infrastructure.
Noor was now orbiting 425km (264 miles) above the Earth's surface, the Guards said on their website.
Despite the failure of the Zafar satellite to reach orbit, Sunday's launch shows the Iranians are getting closer.