The latest news and views about space sciences and Iran’s achievements in this field
The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has slammed as interventionist a reaction by three European states regarding the launching of home-made research satellite “Soraya” by Iran.
Iran has successfully sent into space its latest bio-capsule on a home-grown launcher in line with plans to revive different sectors of the country’s space industry and stabilize the knowhow acquired in the bio-space domain.
Iran is on course to further developing its space industry and satellite technology.
Ali Jafarabadi, Space Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force, revealed significant details about the successful launch of the Noor 3 satellite.
Iran successfully launched the Nour 3 satellite into orbit on Wednesday morning in its latest show of force, the minister of information and communications technology made the announcement.
Iranian Minister of Defense Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Ashtiani has announced that the country plans to launch two or three satellites by the end of the current Iranian calendar year, which begins on March 21, 2024.
The Iranian defense chief announces plans to launch two more satellites into orbit in the months to come, as the country keeps up efforts to promote its space industry.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Mohammadreza Ashtiani says missile and space programs at the Iranian Defense Ministry must proceed nonstop.
The chairman of Iran’s Joint Chiefs of Staff says launching and putting numerous satellites into orbit is another achievement of the Iranian armed forces over the past year.
Iran is ready to launch another satellite, dubbed Zafar 2, into orbit thanks to efforts by researchers at Iran’s University of Science and Technology that was the impetus behind construction of the satellite, the head of the university said.
Iran’s minister of information and communications technology says the country is, in two weeks, set to test launch a new carrier rocket capable of placing satellites weighing 100 kilograms into orbit.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has hailed the launch of Iran-made Khayyam satellite into orbit as a major achievement in the country’s airspace section, saying his administration is planning on pushing the industry forward with more investment.
Iran’s minister of information and communications technology says the Islamic Republic will make new versions of the newly-launched Khayyam satellite in a joint collaboration with Russia.
Iran has received the first telemetry data sent from the Khayyam satellite, hours after the remote-sensing Iranian-made satellite was launched by a Russian rocket from a station operated by Moscow in Kazakhstan.
The head of Iran’s space agency elaborates on the country’s “comprehensive plans” to promote its space industry, as part of which, he says, Tehran has three remote-sensing satellites in line to be launched.
The commander of the aerospace division of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the space sector is extremely significant and a key ground for progress in other fields, stressing that Iran is now advancing quickly in the field of aerospace industries.
Iran has announced an agreement it has reached with Russia on the exploitation of outer space for peaceful purposes.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has once again invited Iran to observe the moon online.
Iran’s minister of communication and information technology has unveiled plans for the launch of five new homegrown satellites by the end of the current Iranian year.