Tag: Iran in space

Iran and the US: New Partners in Space?

Mohsen Bahrami, head of the Iranian space agency, has said that his country is interested in cooperating with NASA.

Iran Ranks First in Middle East in Aerospace

Based on a report by Spanish University of Granada scientific ranking site (SCImago), Iran ranks first in aerospace in the Middle East and 11th in the world, an Iranian official noted.

Iran to Launch Homegrown “Mesbah” Satellite into Orbit

Head of the Iranian Space Organization Mohsen Bahrami announced on Tuesday that the country will launch the indigenous “Mesbah” satellite into orbit in the near future, adding that a new version of the satellite is also under construction.

Iran’s space scientist killed in Mecca crane collapse

The Saudi government should have made the necessary preparations to safeguard the lives of the pilgrims in Mecca, Ali Larijani said.
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Iran to launch satellite into space in two months

'Sharif Sat' built by Iranian experts at Sharif Poly Technique University along with locally-made satellites of Fajr (Dawn) and Tadbir (Wisdom) are poised to be put into space.

Iran to launch 4 satellites into space soon: ISA official

Iran plans to launch four new satellites with domestically-designed carriers into the space in the near future, the deputy director of Iranian Space Agency (ISA) says.

Iran Builds Laboratory Space Suit for Sub-Orbital Missions

A group of Iranian researchers have designed and built a laboratory space suit for sub-orbital missions, media reports said.

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