Iran Rocket Launch : Iran Announces Successful Launch Of Homemade Satellite Carrier Rocket

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Iran has announced the successful launch of a domestically built satellite carrier rocket carrying research equipment into space. Defense Ministry spokesman Syed Ahmed Hosseini quoted the official IRNA news agency as saying that the mission’s research objectives had been met, although it did not specify whether the rocket, called Simorg (Phoenix), was reported by Xinhua news agency. When was it launched or what devices were in it.

The space station that launched the rocket worked flawlessly. The satellite carrier’s phases went ahead as planned, he said. Hosseini said that for the first time, three research instruments were launched simultaneously at an altitude of 470 km at a speed of 7,350 meters per second during the mission. The liquid fueled Simorg rocket was first successfully launched in 2017 from the Imam Khomeini Space Center.
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America alleges military motive
The US has long suspected that Iran’s satellite launch vehicles are part of a larger effort to develop ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear heads. Iran insists that the launch of its rockets and satellites has no military purpose. The launch has restarted talks of the Iranian nuclear deal, which entered its eighth round on Monday.

The matter has not yet been made on the nuclear deal
Negotiations for the Iranian nuclear deal have begun to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, which the US withdrew in 2018. Iran and the parties to the 2015 accord have been in talks in the Austrian capital Vienna since April this year, but have so far failed to break the deadlock.


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