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The Isralei Eros-1 observation satellite on a Russian Topol or SS-25 ballistic missile and mobile launcher as it begins its rollout in Svobodny, Siberia, Russia December 5, 2000 prior to its successful launch. The satellite is designed to take high-resolution photographs of any spot on earth and cost some $100-million. The satellite has enough fuel to stay in orbit for six years, and it is widely believed the Israeli military is a customer. - RTXK6BP STR New / Reuters
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