Russia is set to provide Iran with an advanced satellite that officials say can be used to track military targets across the Middle East and would significantly boost Tehran’s intelligence-gathering ability, the Washington Post reported Thursday. The report, citing three current and former US and Middle Eastern officials, said Russia will supply Iran with a Russian-made Kanopus-V satellite equipped with a high-resolution camera. While technically a civilian satellite, it would give Iran the ability to continuously monitor sites ranging from Israeli army facilities to US military bases to Saudi oil refineries, the officials said. undisclosed site believed to be in Iran's Semnan province. (Sepahnews via AP). This is in addition to the latest indication by US officials that Iran will will have sufficient quantity of refined uranium to make a bomb in a few weeks.