According to magnetic anomalies recorded in the Black Sea region where Turkey launched the TYFUN missile, the Turkish ballistic missile fell completely off target.
Greek-Turkish: The Turkish ballistic missile fell from one place to another, with the Turks once again resorting to lies, regarding their achievements in Turkish weapons.
The Turkish ballistic missile was launched last week, with the Turks reporting that it successfully hit its target at a distance of 561 km.
But according to magnetic anomalies recorded in the Black Sea region where Turkey launched the TYFUN missile, the Turkish ballistic missile fell at 557.68 km.
Attention, we are not talking about 100 to 150 meters, which one would say is a distance sufficient for the missile to cause damage to its target. We are talking about more than three km deviation. In other words, the Turkish missile completely missed its target.
For history, however, the Greek SCALPs find their targets precisely.
Below is the corrected graph of magnetic anomalies from
missile test on 10/18/22. Estimated flight time from anomalies = 8 minutes. I forgot about reflections of anomalies due to different atmospheric paths to the detector. Sorry for the mistake.
— Richard Cordaro (@rrichcord)
October 20, 2022
The man who… searched and found the lie of the Turks is an American researcher and analyst from the University of Arizona.