These are short-range land-to-air projectiles, originally designed in the Soviet Union. This was indicated by the Iranian Civil Aviation Organization.
This agency said it is still reviewing and analyzing “the effect of missiles on the incident.”
The option that there were two missiles involved in the incident and not just one, was advanced by The New York Times.
The American media published a video that apparently showed the firing of two projectiles.
The report of the Civil Aviation Organization of Iran acknowledged that the country does not have the capacity to analyze them. In that sense, he asked other countries to send the necessary equipment.
On Tuesday, the Iranian authorities asked the United States and France for support to decipher the black boxes. The information was released by the Al Arabiya television channel, citing the Iranian Civil Aviation Organization.
It was designed to accurately defend specific targets from attacks by airplanes, helicopters and guided ammunition.
The basic component of the system is a combat vehicle mounted on a cross-country track chassis of the intermediate weight category.
The TOR-M1 combat vehicle can detect moving aerial targets to launch missiles, even at two targets of greatest threat.
— Iran (@Iran) January 21, 2020