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Main » 2012 » February » 6 » Iran launched a satellite.


Iran launched a satellite.
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On February 2, 2012 at 23:30 UTC the "Navid” (Harbinger) observation satellite was launched by a two-stage "Safir” rocket from a military base in northern Iran. The domestically-built Navid (Harbinger) satellite is designed to take pictures of the Earth at low altitudes of 250 to 370 kilometers. The "Navid” satellite is the largest and heaviest spacecraft orbited by Iran so far.
The country launched its first satellite, Omid (Hope), in 2009.
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