wow, dude. i didn't even know about Ka Pa Sa (22). thanks for the info.
i google its coordinates and ka pa sa (22) factory is f-king huge. One thing for sure is that this is not an ordinary arms factory you can find in Bangladesh or even Thailand. this site is kind of a top secret facility not even international journalist and public knows about.
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note: what is suspicious about this factory is, it is located near the Pauk factory (alleged CW factory).
and i also discover another odd building in the compound. Any idea what might it be?
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Very interesting indeed. Didn't want to venture into this uncharted territory in my previous post. And it is not the only odd building I have spotted!
• First what is certain is that the facility (21.199831°N, 94.544206° E) is not completed.
The concrete building was absent in 2014 satellite imagery, but the dirt road present. Indicating that it was planned to be built sometimes in the coming years.
The "current" state of the road as of 2017, still not covered with concrete or asphalt like the other buildings of the military complex, also points to a construction site to be finished soon.
The location of this building is at the end of the road. Just like the static test stand in the North.
And both have their ends turned away from the other buildings. For the static test stand, this is motivated to minimize the impact of the rocket engine exhaust.
So what could be deemed dangerous or at least unpleasant (vibrations, noise, etc) to justify this building's end being turned toward the jungle?
• Now, the speculative part:
The building is made of two long parallel sections, one of 100 meters and the other of 200 meters.
Each has only a partially covered roof. Inside, we can clearly see two series of hallways separated by a thick wall.
Are the roofs completed or will it they cover the entire building?
Usually, long tubular building are meant for kinetic testings.
Such as wind tunnel, railguns, aircraft carrier catapults, or more simply for some projectiles firing range.
One more possibility, if it is related to the Burmese rocket developments, then it might even be used for dynamic space rocket testing, such as interstage rocket separation!
https://archive.is/35gFi/da9796b2d8f577c67181ed22a608315b1e1e273b.jpg ; https://archive.is/35gFi/45d87bcafc41e78484a6ad8b564a9bfa035a796d/scr.png ; http://web.archive.org/web/20201230192827/http://www.b14643.de/Spacerockets_1/Rest_World/Simorgh-IRILV/Space_Technology/PBS_1.jpg
▲ 1. Dynamic rocket testing of the Iranian Saman-1 Upper stage and interstage rocket separation.