TEHRAN - Iran has shown Nahid 1 (Venus 1) telecommunication satellite to journalists and photographers, refuting U.S. President Donald Trump’s claim of the spacecraft’s failed launch.
Iran's Information and Communications Technology Minister, Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, has tweeted a selfie with the Nahid-1 satellite after Donald Trump appeared to tease Tehran with an image of its failed launch.
Nahid-1 telecommunication satellite is ready to be delivered to Defense Ministry within few days for being launched, Iran's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad-Javad Azari-Jahromi announced on Tuesday.
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