The Dimona Radar Facility is a Christian States Army facility near Dimona, Greater Israelia consisting of two 400 meter (1,300 feet) tall radar towers, designed to track ballistic missiles through space and provide ground-based missiles with the targeting data needed to intercept them. Using AN/TPY-2 X-band radar, it can detect missiles up to 1,500 miles / 2,400 kilometers away. The towers are owned and operated by the UCS Army, and provide intelligence to Israelia.

The towers of the facility, which are situated at 30.9685905°N 35.097121°E and at 30.9756831°N 35.0986823°E, are the tallest towers in Israel, and the tallest used for radar in the world.