The missile used in the attack on Iran early Friday morning was a precise missile named Rampage, Kan 11 reported.

The Rampage was developed by Israel's security industry.

The missile was identified from photos and the scope of the damage in the attack. It can fly at supersonic speed, making it very difficult to identify and intercept with aerial defense systems.

According to the report, the missile carries a warhead of 150 kilograms of explosives, and can reach a distance of 145 kilometers. It can also adjust its path mid-flight, so as to precisely hit the target it was programmed to hit.... Read More: Arutz-7