Iranian satellites

Iran to launch 5 satellites by spring 2021

Iran will launch five satellites with coordination of Iran’s Defense Ministry by the end of the current Iranian year (will end on March 20, 2021), Iran's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Javad …

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Iran's first military satellite reaches orbit

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards force said it had launched the country’s first military satellite which had gone into orbit. The powerful force said a 'Messenger' satellite carrier was used to launch the Noor …

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Iran launches Doosti satellite

Iran launched the Doosti, or "friendship" satellite this week, Iran's deputy minister of defense said. They used a Safir, or "ambassador," rocket in the launch, IRNA reported. The Doosti is a …

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Iranian satellite doesn’t reach orbit - media

 Iran conducted a satellite launch, but the Payam satellite failed to reach orbit, Iranian state television reported. Iranian Telecommunications Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said that the rocket …

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Three Iranian satellites ready for launching

Iran will launch three domestically-made satellites this year, head of Iranian Space Agency (ISA) Morteza Berari said, adding that the satellites Payam-e Amirkabir, Dousti, and Nahid-1 have been completely built. …

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Iran plans to launch two satellites this year

Iran plans to launch two artificial satellites by the end of the current Iranian calendar year, the head of the Iranian Space Agency, Mohsen Bahrami, said. Bahrami said that ‘Dousti’ (friendship), Amir-Kabir …

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Iran plans to launch two space probes to test satellites

Iran is ready to launch its Tir and Mehr probes to test Iranian satellites at the suborbital level, head of the research center, Fathollah Ommi, said. Ommi said that suborbital tests reduce the costs of launching satellites, noting …

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