The Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, 180 miles south of Tehran, in a photo taken April 9, 2007. (Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)
Many in the media were shocked by recent estimates that Iran could make enough nuclear fuel for one nuclear weapon in two to four weeks, not the six months to a year that had been generally assumed.
For more than two years now, most Iran experts have said Iran was getting very close to being able to produce a nuclear weapon, while the Obama administration and certain other Iran experts have been seriously understating Iran's progress.
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