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Iran’s Defence Minister Amir Hatami says the Islamic Republic will strongly continue to develop its satellite carriers as it is the nation’s unquestionable right to possess such missiles.
The head of the Iranian Space Agency has lashed out at the US and French officials for their “baseless and hackneyed” comments about the recent launch of an Iranian satellite.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has rejected France's meddlesome statement on the Islamic Republic’s space program, saying that it is the country’s inherent right to develop science and technology.
Iran’s newest homegrown satellite, dubbed Zafar (victory), has been successfully launched with a domestically-made satellite carrier on Sunday evening.
A spokesman for Iran’s Ministry of Defence says the homegrown Zafar (Victory) satellite and the Simorgh satellite carrier have been transferred to the Imam Khomeini National Space Centre in preparation for the launch process.
Iran says it has postponed sending its homegrown “Zafar” (Victory) satellite into orbit, arguing that it won’t sacrifice accuracy for speed.
Iran has developed the technology to produce third-generation satellite carriers, says Iranian Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technology Morteza Barari.
Iran’s homegrown scientific observation satellite “Zafar” (Victory) is going to be launched within the next few days, says the Head of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA).
Chairman of Iran's Science and Technology University Jabbar Ali Zakeri says the university will take in PhD students in satellite engineering studies in the new academic year.