US Satellite Observation: 64 km Russian Military Convoy to Disperse and Redeploy, Destruction Nearby Kyiv and in Chernihiv

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Satellite image, provided by Maxar Technologies showing fires at industrial aria and nearby fields of Ukrainian city Chernihiv during Russian invasion on Thursday 10.03. (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies, AP)
Satellite image, provided by Maxar Technologies showing fires at industrial aria and nearby fields of Ukrainian city Chernihiv during Russian invasion on Thursday 10.03. (Satellite image ©2022 Maxar Technologies, AP)

US company Maxar Technologies, based on satellite photographs has shown the scale of destruction in the suburbs of Kyiv and in Chernihiv caused by Russian military invasion

According to Maxar Technologies satellite images, there were recorded fires in Chernihiv industrial zone, as well as at a fuel storage facility in Hostomel northwest of Kyiv.

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Hostomel, southern part at Antonov Airport, fuel storage facility fires
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Civil cars column waiting near the bridge over river Irpin, suburbs of Kyiv
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Enemy military vehicles, northwest of Antonov Airport

Also, a number of American military publications inform, citing US company Maxar Technologies, a large Russian military 64 km convoy of different vehicles, tanks and Russian artillery last seen north-west of Kyiv has largely dispersed and redeployed. Armored units were observed north of the city nearby Antonov Airport. According to Maxar, some of the vehicles have moved to the forests.

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On this photo from February 28 a southern end of Russian military convoy is shown, including towed and self-propelled artillery, nearby eastern part of Antonov Airport in Hostomel

This column was seen early last week in the direction of Kyiv, but its advancement was slowed down due to reports of provision and fuel shortages. A US official informed that the Armed Forces of Ukraine struck the column with anti-tank missiles and other means of destruction. However, Russian forces have moved 5km (or about 3 miles) closer to the Ukraine capital, despite Ukrainians fighting back “very, very well”.

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