Tuesday, July 14, 2009

EXCLUSIVE: The ATV's Home!

For the first time ever, a photograph of the location from which India's first nuclear submarine (the Advanced Technology Vessel) will be launched later this month. Can anyone identify the other ships docked around it?

Photo Copyright ATVP

13 comments :

Raghavendra said...

there is one kilo class submarine

Anonymous said...

This is definately Cochin..........

Anonymous said...

This place is about 2km north east of Hindustan Shipyard, and here it is on GM.
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=hindustan%20shipyard&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wl

Anonymous said...

*North west actually. Sorry

Anonymous said...

Almost the whole of IN Eastern Fleet is docked around there for ovbious reasons. Vishakapatnam is their home.

Anonymous said...

This is the extreme west of Vizag Dockyard ... one can see the two dry docks (with ships inside) .. The ones berthed outside (along the jetty) - the big one seems to be a tanker; rest-frigates

Anonymous said...

Yawn!!!! doctored photo

Anonymous said...

It would be so easy for terrorists to come on a boat and murder hundreds of people on the docks. I've been there, the security is cosmetic only, and there is no threat response procedures or capability.

pankaj said...

this google earth image almost 2 years old

& mr blogger stop acting like a moron
these are strategic location there is no need to show these pics

Anonymous said...

I dont see any kilo class sub. Yes these are 3 yr old pics. now strategic location is myth, thanks to google earth.

Anonymous said...

are you insane .. what a disgrace why are you posting this on world wide web . this is a matter of national security moron ..

Remove this photograph immediately or i will file a FIR against you for compromising national security .. do It NOW ....

Anonymous said...

you are compromising the security of india's first nuclear submarine

Anonymous said...

dumb a$$es, if its on google the whole world would've seen it, so go file a FIR against google.

And btw this is not a live sat image, things would've changed quite a bit now.