Israel's Nuclear Facilities

Negev Nuclear Research Center, Dimona

Negev Nuclear Research Center. Plutonium production and extraction facilities, along with other weapons-related infrastructure.

31.001504°N, 35.146723°E


Eilabun is Israel's second weapons storage facility. Tactical nuclear shells and land mines are among its contents.

32.760226°N, 35.412077°E

Kfar Zekharya

Suspected nuclear missile base and bomb storage storage facility.

31.766267°N, 34.88142°

Nahal Soreq

Soreq is the equivalent of the U.S. national weapons laboratories. The lab handles weapons design and construction as well as research.

31.766267°N, 34.88142°E


Suspected nuclear weapons assembly facility.

32.85093°N, 35.27916°E


Reportedly one of two Israeli nuclear weapons storage facilities. It is speculated that that Tirosh is the strategic weapons storage site, while Eilabun is the tactical weapons storage site.

31.751963°N, 34.863524°E


Rafael has been responsible for the actual assembly of Israeli nuclear weapons.

32.889534°N, 35.09119°E

Sources: Federation of American Scientists, Center for Non-Proliferation Studies, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace