The Israeli army has published footage of the destruction of a Hamas outpost in the northern Gaza Strip, where Badr-3 missiles were stored. The Badr-3 missile was developed in Iran, Hamas produces them itself at its bases in the Gaza Strip, presumably some of the missiles were previously received from Iran. The Badr-3 missile is equipped with a warhead weighing 250 kg and has an estimated range of 160 km. There are no exact data on the missiles' flight range. The Badr-3 missile explodes 20 meters above the target and upon explosion forms a cloud of 1,400 fragments, the missile’s damage radius is about 350 meters.